Peer Gynt - Part 1 Act 3 Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1 Act 3 Scene 3 Summary

Peer attaches a door to the new forest home he built for himself with the chopped down tree. Solveig appears, and in poetically romantic language tells him that she's left her home and her family to be with him. Peer reminds her that because of the sentence that's been passed upon him he can't ever leave the forest or else he'll be executed. Solveig says she'll stay with him no matter what. He promises to love her and treat her well, and Solveig promises to be happy. He lets her into the house, and says he's finally found happiness.

An Old Woman in Green and a Child appear. The Old Woman says she's finally found Peer, reminds him of when they met, and then tells the Child to get "Daddy" a drink. Peer realizes that the Old Woman is actually the...

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