An Ideal Husband - Study Guide Act 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Goring reacts with intense surprise when he sees Mrs. Cheveley, and then says he's glad she came by. He says that he has advice to give her. Mrs. Cheveley jokes that a woman should never be given anything they can't wear. They banter about how stubborn and willful she is, and then Goring comes right out and says he knows why she's there - to sell him Sir Robert's letter. She admits that he's right and tells him that she doesn't have the letter with her. She informs him that she doesn't want money. She reminds him that he loved her once, and that he ended their engagement over a relationship with another man that she says he just imagined. Conversation reveals that, at the time of the engagement, Mrs. Cheveley was poor and looking for a wealthy husband. She only entered into the second...

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