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The Imaginary Invalid - Act 1, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

Argan tells his daughter that he has something to tell her. However, he takes up his walking stick and leaves. Promising to come back shortly, Argan bids the two women wait for him.

Act 1, Scene 3 Analysis

Act 1, Scene 3, is a very short scene, the main purpose of which is to introduce the character of Angelique. As Argan takes his unexplained leave, it gives his daughter and Toinette a chance to talk alone.

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