The Master Builder - Study Guide Act 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Solness comes in, wondering who asked for him. Hilda says it was her and tells him she wants to ask him whether something she heard about him being afraid is true. He sits her down and tells her he's afraid of retribution, explaining that God had given him a mission to build churches and only churches. He says that that's why God caused the house to burn down so he could become more powerful and more successful and build even greater churches. But, he says, he built the church in Hilda's hometown and climbed the tower so that he could make a vow to God that never again would he build churches but focus on building homes for his fellow human beings. Then he says that he's realized that homes mean nothing. People have no real use for them. He tells Hilda that what he's...

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