The Ruling Class - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 15 Summary & Analysis

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Grace comes down for breakfast and meets Sir Charles, who insists on knowing what happened between her and Jack. She cheerfully tells him that in spite of everything that seems to be wrong with Jack, sexually he functions just fine. Claire comes in and asks Grace exactly the same question, but Grace tells her to mind her own business. As Grace and Claire begin to argue, Herder comes in followed by Tucker. Tucker complains that Herder won't look at his bad back and then announces that breakfast is served and goes out.

Herder says he's come to offer his congratulations, and Sir Charles introduces him to Grace, whom Herder calls Lady Gurney. Grace behaves graciously, apologizing for not inviting Herder to the wedding but saying that she realizes that he probably would have tried to talk her out of it. She says that would have...

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