Rhinoceros, and Other Plays - Rhinoceros: Act II, Scene II Summary & Analysis

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Rhinoceros: Act II, Scene II Summary

Berenger arrives at Jean's apartment. He knocks on there door but there is no answer; Jean is in bed, resting under a blanket. When he yells out his name, an old man in another apartment comes out in the hall, thinking that he is looking for him; his name is Jean, too. Berenger explains he is there to see the other Jean, but he will not or cannot open the door. The old Jean says he has not seen him go out, but that he did come back the previous night in a bad mood. Berenger scolds himself again for angering his friend.

Finally, Jean comes to the door. His voice is very hoarse (though he thinks Berenger is the hoarse one) and he explains that he missed work because of an illness. Berenger tries...

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