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Six Plays Chapter Summary & Analysis - Watch on the Rhine, Act 3 Summary

Florence Henrietta Darwin
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Watch on the Rhine, Act 3 Summary

As Kurt plays the piano, David tries to convince him to let someone else attempt the rescue. As Kurt refuses, Teck comes in, saying he'll accept a sizeable cash bribe, to be taken from the cash in the briefcase, to stay quiet about Kurt. Kurt refuses, saying that cash is for the resistance. Teck then comments that if he doesn't get a bribe, neither Kurt nor the money will ever reach their intended destinations, and hints that he'll instead accept a bribe from David and Fanny. Fanny goes to fetch the cash she keeps in her safe, while David goes to write a check. Kurt voices his belief that the bribe, no matter where it comes from, will make no difference. He then beats Teck into unconsciousness. Joshua appears, watching as Kurt drags Teck out into the garden.

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