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A Month in the Country Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Part 3 Summary

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Act 3, Part 3 Summary

Arkady and Anna come in. Natalya sees them and immediately runs out, embarrassed. Arkady demands to know why she's so upset and why she ran away. After Rakitin says there's nothing wrong, Anna starts to follow Natalya out, but Rakitin stops her, promising to explain the situation later and saying that if they trust him at all, they'll leave Natalya alone. After Arkady agrees, Rakitin asks him and Anna to leave them alone so that they can finish their conversation. After considering a moment, Arkady takes Anna out.

Rakitin calls Natalya back in, reassuring her that Arkady suspects nothing. He then asks whether she agrees with him that he and Beliayev have to leave, and he offers to talk to Beliayev himself. Natalya talks about how silly they've both been behaving. She says it's time to stop and that she'll confess everything to Arkady. Then...

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