The Tower - Act 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Part 2 Summary

Music from the organ continues as Adam and Sigismund come in, with Adam speaking reassuringly and Sigismund communicating only through gestures, which the King describes to Julian as being thoroughly regal. He then comments that Sigismund is the very image of the queen. He tells Julian to go in and tell Sigismund everything.

Julian reveals himself, and when Sigismund reacts with fear, Julian speaks both reassuringly and flatteringly that whatever he wants he can have. Julian reveals that Sigismund is in his father's house and says that Sigismund doesn't ask what's happened to him or why because his noble soul knows he's there for a noble purpose. He refers to Sigismund as crown prince, announces the King, and as the music becomes louder, refers to the King as "Father, Creator of Heaven and Earth!" The King prays briefly that Sigismund accept...

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