A Month in the Country - Act 4, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Part 2 Summary

Katya watches Shpigelsky and Lizaveta go, commenting in soliloquy about how she doesn't like Shpigelsky. She sees Beliayev and calls him into the pavilion. When he comes in, he compliments her and offers her a peach, saying he picked it specially for her. Even though she seems confused by his gift, she thanks him and then says that Vera needs to talk to him. She goes on to say that Vera likes him very much, and she starts to go in to fetch her. Before she goes, she asks whether it's true that Beliayev is leaving. Beliayev says nothing's been decided. Katya seems confused and goes out.

Beliayev delivers a soliloquy about how strange and embarrassing the situation is and how fond he is of Vera, referring to a note given to him by Natalya that asks him to not leave until she's had a...

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