Idiot's Delight - Study Guide Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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Harry and the girls rehearse in the bar to pass time until the captain approves their passports and their departure on the next train out, which is scheduled to leave in an hour. Don and the Cherrys are also packed and ready to go. Weber's passport has been approved, but the captain tells him that Irene's has been flagged for her unclear nationality. She is free to travel if Weber will vouch for her.

Weber, however, informs the captain that Irene is not traveling with him. His refusal to escort her will detain her for at least day. When Irene learns of her fate, she's incredulous that Weber is doing this to her. She realizes that she has outlived her usefulness to him and must be destroyed for her knowledge. She resigns herself to her fate.

The doctor has changed his mind. He will return to Germany...

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