The Government Inspector - Act 3, Scenes 7, 8, 9, and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scenes 7, 8, 9, and 10 Summary

Scene 7 - Bobchinsky and Dobchinsky talk about how impressed they were with the Inspector, and rush out to tell others in the town. After they have gone, the Warden of Charities and the Inspector of Schools discuss that even though "the inspector" seems so pleased with them, they are still frightened of receiving a bad report. They too quickly run out.

Scene 8 - As Anna and Maria talk together about how attractive they found "the inspector," they argue over which of them he was more attracted to. Anna accuses Maria of deliberately making trouble, Maria says he was definitely looking at her more often, and Anna says he was only being polite.

Scene 9 - The Mayor comes in says that everyone in government embroiders things they say, but that, even if only half of what "the inspector"...

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