Miss Julie - Study Guide Dramatis Personae Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Dramatis Personae Scene 3 Summary

Julie hears the song that the servants are singing, and in one last attempt to deny reality, says that they still lover her, and are not singing about her relationship with Jean. He, however, insists that they do not in fact love her, and that they take advantage of her and her position, and talk behind her back terribly. At this point, Jean again asks Julie to go away, to hide from the situation. They end up going to Jean's room, per his suggestion.

Dramatis Personae Scene 3 Analysis

Julie finally realizes that Jean is correct in stating that the servants are aware of their affair. Jean pleads with Julie to leave the kitchen, and hide from the servants and their accusations. When she finally agrees and goes with Jean to his room, we are left to imagine what happens at this point. We...

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