Incident at Vichy: A Play - Section 4: pages 29-40 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: pages 29-40 Summary

Mr. Ferrand leaves the office, laughing, but he loses his smile once he closes the door. He weeps as he whispers in the waiter's ear, claiming he told him to leave the city fifty times before rushing out. The waiter tells the others that they are not being sent to work; they have furnaces in Poland where they burn the Jews up. Lebeau insists they will be fine if they have regular French papers, but the waiter claims they will look at their penises. The boy stands as if electrically shocked, but he sits when the Captain appears and beckons to Bayard who disappears into the office. Lebeau looks at his papers in terror, and as an accordion plays from the building next door, Leduc notes there is only one guard at the door and three men could take...

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