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The Wild Duck Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 4, Part 2 Summary

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Act 4, Part 2 Summary

Mrs. Sorby comes in to say goodbye to Gina and reveals that she and Werle are to be married and will move north to the Works. Relling reacts badly to the news, saying he's going to go out with Molvik that night and hints that he'll get drunk. Mrs. Sorby pleads with him not to but he doesn't respond and leaves. Mrs. Sorby confesses that she and Relling were once involved and that he had hopes of resuming their relationship. She adds that Werle knows everything about her history and as a result, their marriage will be harmonious and peaceful.

Hjalmar says pointedly to Gina that that's how things should have been done in their marriage and Gina says every woman is different, but Mrs. Sorby says she believes her way is best, saying that she will stand by Werle no matter what, especially since...

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