Every Man in His Humour

by

Ben Jonson

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Every Man in His Humour: Act 4, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
Now at Cob’s house, Cob confronts his wife, Tib, thinking she has cuckolded him. Cob confusedly accuses Tib of sleeping with Bobadil. He orders her to go inside, lock the door and let nobody in. He waves the arrest warrant for Bobadil in the air as she goes inside.
Kitely’s jealousy infects Cob, making him fear being cuckolded too. Cob hopes to impose the rule of law on Bobadil and take him to Justice Clement.
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