The Hotel New Hampshire - A Night at the Opera: Schlagobers and Blood Summary & Analysis

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A Night at the Opera: Schlagobers and Blood Summary

John tells the family about the plan to blow up the opera and they begin trying to decide how to handle the situation. While Win wants to notify the authorities, Freud fears that the family would be guilty by association. They debate the possibility of notifying the American Consulate or American Embassy instead and John notes that they haven't become good foreigners because they don't even know which is better or even if the two are basically the same. They agree to tell the prostitutes so that the women can get out ahead of any problem that might arise. It's then that Susie says she's overheard the radicals talking and that they apparently can't find "Miss Miscarriage." John and Frank go to her apartment and John says that he doesn't go inside but...

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