Right You Are, If You Think You Are - Act 1, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Part 3 Summary

Signora Frola comes in. Amalia makes introductions, and Signora Frola apologizes for not fulfilling her social duties by paying and receiving visits. Agazzi admits that he was upset by her refusal to see his wife. Signora Frola explains she's still upset because of the earthquake, revealing that Ponza lost almost his entire family. The Agazzis, the Sirellis and Signora Cini all ask pointed questions about what she experienced and about why after such a traumatic experience Signora Frola isn't spending more time with her daughter. Signora Frola comments that young wives prefer to spend time with their husbands. When Laudisi agrees with her, Signora Sirelli tells him to be quiet, and Signora Frola tells him she's grateful for his support. Sirelli asks why her daughter doesn't go out much. Signora Cini suggests it's because she's taking care of children, but Signora Frola explains that there...

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