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During a vacation in St. Augustine, May’s mother blames the Countess’s unconventional behavior on ___.

2 of 5
May expresses concern that Archer is in love with ___, causing him to rush their engagement.

3 of 5
At Ellen’s apartment, ___ relays to a horrified Archer that the Count wants Ellen to return to him.

4 of 5
After Archer hears about the Count’s desire for reconciliation, Ellen enters the room and is angered to see ___.

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When Ellen rejects Archer’s proposal, who does she cite as having taught her not to pursue happiness at another’s expense?

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