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

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

Dina comes in and is surprised to see Signora Cini. Laudisi introduces Signora Nenni but gets her name wrong. Dina tells the women to ignore him, adding that she's going to tell her mother Amalia that it's safe to bring Signora Frola over. She talks enthusiastically about how lovely Signora Frola really is, saying she showed them all the letters her daughter had written her. Signora Cini comments that Laudisi just suggested they don't really prove anything, but Dina says they're perfectly real. Amalia comes in, commenting that the whole plot to bring Signora Frola and Ponza together is absurd because there's no need for any more proof. The audience understands her to have the same perspective on the situation as Dina, that Signora Frola is perfectly sane. They talk about how nasty a trick Ponza is playing on Signora Frola, but Laudisi jokingly insists...

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