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The Marriage of Figaro Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2 Part 2 Summary

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Act 2 Part 2 Summary

The Count goes into the dressing room looking for Cherubin, while Suzanne quickly explains to the Countess that he got away by jumping out the window. As the Countess catches her breath, the Count comes back in, conceding that he is the victim of a joke and demanding to know what the point of it is. The Countess says that she shouldn't have to be the victim of suspicion and anger just because the Count is obsessed with his honor, and she says that she's decided to go into a convent. The Count comments that the letter started it all. The Countess tells him the letter was Figaro's idea and that he implemented the plan with Bazile's help. The Count vows to take revenge, but the Countess tells him that if he wants forgiveness from her, he has to give it to them. He apologizes...

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