Right You Are, If You Think You Are - Study Guide Act 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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The Prefect comes in, greets Agazzi, Sirelli and Laudisi and comments on how excited everyone seems to be over the relatively small matter of Ponza and his family. He explains that Ponza pleaded with him to see Signora Frola in her own home with the hope that if he did, all the excitement would die down. He adds that Ponza wouldn't have done it if he hadn't been absolutely certain that his view is the right one. Agazzi and Sirelli try several different tactics to persuade him that Signora Frola is being unfairly treated, but the Prefect continues to say he believes Ponza. He then asks Laudisi what he thinks. Laudisi says he's been trying to talk sense to people, adding that it was his idea that the Prefect be brought into the situation. He then says that both the Prefect's belief in Ponza and...

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