Ubu Roi - Act 2, Scenes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scenes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Summary

Scene 1 - King Wenceslas punishes Buggerless for being so rude to Ubu, telling him he won't be able to attend the military parade. Queen Rosamund tries to convince him to change his mind, saying the king needs as many loyal people around him as possible, but Wenceslas remains adamant. Buggerless says he'll do as he's told. Rosamund expresses her concern for Wenceslas' safety, saying she had a dream in which she saw him dead and the crown placed on the head of Pa Ubu. Wenceslas says he has complete trust in Ubu. Both Rosamund and Buggerless tell him that he is being foolish. Wenceslas tells them that he is going to attend the parade without armor or a sword, and then goes out with his other two sons. Rosamund asks Buggerless to come with her to the chapel to pray for Wenceslas and...

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