The Imaginary Invalid - Act 3, Scene 15 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 15 Summary

Beralde tells Argan that the doctor seems like a very smart man. Argan, however, is apprehensive expressing his fear that perhaps the doctor works a little too quickly. Argan says that he would rather be unwell than have only one arm and one eye.

Act 3, Scene 15 Analysis

Beralde plays into Toinette's charade by agreeing with the doctor's course of treatment. Both he and Toinette believe that this may scare Argan into abandoning his fake illness; however, his disease is stronger than that, and he announces that he will just stay unwell and not seek a cure.

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