Sergeant Musgrave's Dance - Act 2, Scene 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 3, Part 2 Summary

As Hurst accuses Attercliffe of killing Sparky, Musgrave arrives and demands to know what happened. Hurst explains that Sparky was deserting with Annie. Musgrave orders Attercliffe and Hurst to take Sparky's body into the yard and hide it. He speaks cruelly to Annie, and when Mrs. Hitchcock brings Musgrave his uniform, he tells her to take Annie upstairs and lock her away. When Mrs. Hitchcock notices all the blood, Musgrave tells her to ask no questions. Mrs. Hitchcock leads Annie off, saying she's got to trust him.

The Bargee appears, refers to himself as Old Joe, and tells Musgrave that instead of having his men messing around out back they should be paying attention to the coach house, where people are trying to break in and steal their gear. Musgrave shouts to his men to go to the coach house and goes out...

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