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Right You Are, If You Think You Are Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Part 2 Summary

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Act 1, Part 2 Summary

Amalia and Signora Sirelli greet each other. There are introductions all around, and Signora Sirelli tells Amalia they've come to find out what she knows about Ponza. Amalia says she knows nothing. Sirelli tells his wife that he was right when he said Amalia wouldn't know anything, but he admits he's also curious about why the mother isn't allowed to see her daughter. As Laudisi calls them all a pack of gossips, Sirelli says he knows for a fact Ponza keeps his wife locked in at home. Laudisi tells them they're not getting any closer to the truth of the situation, saying it's impossible to know anything about other people - who they are, what they're doing and why they do it. Signora Sirelli says it's perfectly possible to know about other people, saying all people have to do is tell each other what they...

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