The Imaginary Invalid - Act 2, Scene 10 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 10 Summary

Beline tells her husband that before she goes she must tell him what she has just seen while passing Angelique's door. Angelique has been with a young man, who left as soon as he saw her. Beline assures Argan that his younger daughter, Louison, was with them, too. With this, Beline leaves, and Argan calls for his younger daughter.

Act 2, Scene 10 Analysis

Beline repays Angelique, for calling attention to her own nasty character by telling on her. Argan believes that this is the last straw, for in his mind, his daughter has become unruly and immoral.

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