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

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The second act is set in Agazzi's study. Sirelli and Laudisi listen as Agazzi speaks on the phone with Centuri. After he hangs up, he relays that Centuri discovered that the earthquake that destroyed Ponza's village also destroyed all the civic records - births, deaths, marriages, everything. He goes on to explain that everyone who used to live in the village moved, and there's no way to track down where anyone went. All of this means, he says, that there's no way to check on Signora Frola's or Ponza's stories. Laudisi suggests they have a choice. They can believe both or believe neither.

Sirelli holds out hope that there's a document somewhere that will provide proof of something, but Laudisi claims documents are useless, saying again that the truth is defined by the experiences of the two people they're questioning. He goes on to say...

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