Peer Gynt - Study Guide Part 2 Act 4 Scenes 2, 3, and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 2 - Peer wakes up, realizes that his yacht has been stolen by his faithless friends, and cries out to God for justice. Just then the yacht explodes. Peer thanks God and then prays for help in keeping himself alive, saying that God won't let someone like him, who's done so much good, starve to death. He becomes frightened of what he imagines to be the roar of a lion, and climbs a tree to get away. At the top of the tree he comments on how good it feels to be so high up, like God.

Scene 3 - Soldiers in the Moroccan Army rush about searching for the Emperor's horse, robes and jewels.

Scene 4 - Late at night, up in his tree, Peer fights with a band of monkeys flinging feces at him. He fights back, and wishes he had...

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