Translations - Act Three Summary & Analysis

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Act Three Summary

At the opening of Act three Manus is packing to go away. He is afraid he will be arrested in connection with Yolland's disappearance even though he was not involved. Manus tries to get Owen to promise to tell the people at Inis Meadhon that it will be a while before he can get there. Although Owen doesn't seem to be able to commit to promise, Sarah does promise. Owen tries to convince Manus that if he leaves, it will make the soldiers even more suspicious of him. Owen believes that if Manus tells Lancey he only yelled angrily at Yolland from a distance that Lancey will understand and clear him of the crime. Before he leaves, Manus gives Owen last minute instructions about the school and the care of their father. He also asks Sarah to talk for him one...

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