The Government Inspector - Study Guide Act 5, Scenes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 1 - The setting continues in the Mayor's home. The Mayor, Anna and Maria come in as the Mayor talks about what a fine catch Khlestakov is. Anna says she knew from the start, and the Mayor has a long speech saying that, because of his daughter's excellent marriage, no one in the town will be able to tell him what to do again. He shouts outside to one of the guards, telling him to fetch the shopkeepers. He continues to talk about how much power he now has, and asks Anna whether she wants to keep living in their little town or move to St. Petersburg. Anna says she wants to move, and the Mayor fantasizes about the excellent job he's going to have once he gets there. He imagines himself as a general, Anna reminds him that from now on he's...

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