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

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Summary

When the Moorish women are finished singing, Beralde asks his brother how he liked the song. Argan liked the song very much; however, he leaves the room promising to return shortly so that he may have a talk with his brother.

Analysis

Again, Argan mysteriously leaves the room. This unexplained absence serves as a means for Beralde and Toinette to have a private conversation.

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