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Private Lives - Study Guide Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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It is now eight-thirty the next morning. Victor is asleep on a couch outside Amanda's door and Sybil is asleep on a couch outside of Elyot's room. The housemaid, Louise, enters and is horrified by the mess that Amanda and Elyot have made. Louise speaks in French to the half asleep Victor and Sibyl. Upon waking, they talk and try to figure out what to do. Sibyl cries as Victor tells her that they must finish what they came there to do.

Amanda opens the door to her room; she is dressed and looks as though she is ready to travel. She tries to leave but she is drawn into conversation with Victor and Sibyl. She acts very calm and cool, as if the craziness of the night before had not happened. She goes into the kitchen to get coffee and leaves Victor and Sibyl feeling even...

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