The Physicists - Act II, Part I Summary & Analysis

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Act II, Part I Summary

Act II begins much like Act I. There's another dead body at the villa and the police are busy gathering evidence, taking photographs, and taking statements. They conclude it was another strangling, this time with the curtain cord.

The Inspector again speaks with the Doktor, and this time their attitudes are reversed from Act I: the Doktor insists on calling the event a murder, while the Inspector wishes to merely call it an accident. The Doktor feels the murder will result in the closing of Les Cerisiers and will ruin her reputation as a psychiatrist. To heap on addition woe, Nurse Monika was her best nurse.

The Inspector watches as three new (and very muscular) male attendants speedily prepare dinner for the physicists. The Doktor states that the men are all boxing or wrestling champions, and this...

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