She Stoops to Conquer - Act 5, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 5, Scene 3 Summary

Kate, still dressed as "the barmaid," comes in with Sir Charles. Kate sends him into hiding so he can hear the conversation between her and Marlow. Sir Charles disappears just as Marlow comes in. Marlow says goodbye to Kate, and says that although he never believed he could be so upset at the thought of separation from someone, because of the circumstances of his family, status and education, he feels he has to go. Kate protests that she is his equal in all of those things, but says that if he does not love her enough, then none of those things matter and that he is free to leave. Mr. Hardcastle joins Sir Charles in the hiding place as Marlow tells Kate he finds her beautiful, honest, and innocent. Kate tells Marlow that she cannot agree to a relationship that will...

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