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Volpone Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 5, Scene 4 Summary

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Act 5, Scene 4 Summary

Peregrine goes to Sir Politic's, disguised, and tells him the young man he met earlier, Peregrine, told the court that Sir Politic has a plot to sell Venice to the Turks. Sir Politic becomes paranoid. When there is a knock at the door, he decides to hide in the carcass of a sea turtle, and he sends his maids to burn his papers. Peregrine and his friends find Sir Politic, and Peregrine says they are now even. Lady Would-Be announces she intends to go to the sea, and Sir Politic agrees that it would be best to leave his home in Venice behind.

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