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The Master Builder - Act 2, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

Hilda comments that Aline doesn't like her and complains that Aline described going into town to do the shopping as a duty, saying that Aline should have said she looks on it as a pleasure. She wanders around the room and ends up looking at Ragnar's drawings. She tells Solness he must be stupid for teaching all these other people when he should be the only one doing any building. Solness confesses that he feels exactly the same way and that he broods over the thought incessantly. He wonders whether that's what Hilda meant when she talked about seeing something in him that made her think he's mad, but she says that isn't what she was thinking of and refuses again to tell him.

Solness takes her over to the window to look at the new home he's building for himself and Aline. She comments...

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