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Travesties Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Part 2 Summary

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

Nadya appears and speaks in English about Lenin's desperation to return to Russia to join the revolution. She narrates a letter Lenin wrote in which plans were made for him and Nadya to travel, disguised as Swedish, deaf mutes. Tzara appears, reacting in disbelief to this idea. As Nadya explains that this plan never happened, Lenin appears and narrates a letter detailing a revised plan. As he speaks, Carr looks up from behind Cecily's desk - we understand this to be a dramatization of his "spying" on Lenin. Lenin narrates his plans further, and Cecily looks up from behind the desk. Tzara spots her, and Cecily tells him that his brother has turned up. Tzara tells her that he doesn't have a brother, and then sees Carr.

Lenin and Nadya watch curiously as, in yet another reinterpretation of Earnest, Carr/Tristan apologizes to...

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