Right You Are, If You Think You Are

by Luigi Pirandello

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Which is more important in Right You Are, If You Think You Are the theme of relativism, or the moral to respect the privacy of others? Support your claim with evidence from the play.

How does Laudisi’s role as raisonneur affect the audience’s appreciation of the quandary faced by his relatives and friends concerning Ponza and Signora Frola?

Of what significance is the final speech by Signora Ponza?

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