The Visit: A Tragi-comedy - Study Guide Act III, Scene IV Summary & Analysis

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Ill arrives at the Town Hall where the press has gathered to cover the town meeting, though they are still unaware of its full meaning; they are not aware of Claire's offer. The mayor begins speaking and offers his thanks publicly to Ill for securing the donation from Claire. He tells the mayor that he will respect whatever decision the city makes regarding whether to accept or reject Claire's offer. The mayor asks various groups whether they have anything to ask or say to Ill—the Church, the doctor, the schoolmaster—and all of them remain silent. He proceeds to hold the vote to accept or reject Claire's offer and everyone, except Ill, raises their hand in approval. The mayor, and the citizens with him, insist, however, that they did not vote out of the desire for money, but...

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