The Master Builder - Act 1, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Part 3 Summary

Solness opens the door and admits Hilda, who comes into the room wearing hiking clothes and carrying a knapsack. She greets Solness excitedly, and when he isn't immediately overjoyed to see her asks if he knows who she is. Herdal recognizes her from a trip to the mountains they both took last summer. When Hilda mentions her last name - Wangel - Solness asks whether she's related to a Doctor Wangel from a town he visited several years before. Hilda tells him she's his daughter, and reminds Solness that he was there building a tower for the church when she was just twelve or thirteen. She also mentions that she knows Aline, and Solness calls to Aline to come in. Herdal leaves, commenting that the younger generation did in fact come to Solness' door.

Aline comes in and recognizes Hilda from a health spa they...

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