Incident at Vichy: A Play - Section 3: pages 21-29 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3: pages 21-29 Summary

Marchand returns from the office with a white pass in his hand, and he hurries past the line of prisoners, ignoring the boy's question about what they asked, to show the pass to the guard and leave. Lebeau was sure that Marchand was a Jew, and Bayard suggests that Marchand simply insisted his papers were valid, so Lebeau asks Bayard to look at his papers. Meanwhile, the Professor summons the gypsy, forcing him to leave his pot on the bench. Bayard tells Lebeau that his papers look good, and when Monceau comments that Marchand looked Jewish, Leduc points out "Jews are not a race, you know. They can look like anybody" (page 22). As Monceau and the boy examine their papers, Monceau believes it is a question of one's credibility as Marchand carried himself with a certain confidence. Lebeau agrees...

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