At the start of scene 1 in act 2, the audience is introduced to Ragueneau's bakery, in which he is greatly proud of, and his wife by the name of Lise. Lise does not value or have the equivalent likes/dislikes as Ragueneau, causing conflict within their relationship as she is not even remotely impressed by the lyre pastry. She places a stack of papers on the counter and after a moment, Ragueneau comes to the realization that Lise is attempting to use his poems as bags in the bakery, proving that she does not care about his treasured items.
Doesn't it look amazing?!
You are actually a ridiculous human being.
Oh, we needed bags!... Wait, IS THAT MY POETRY?
How dare you put my poetic words to such use!
THEY AREN'T GOOD FOR ANYTHING ELSE!
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