The Scarlet Pimpernel

when in the book did percy truly act himself

when did he show his true self and wasnt acting a part

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I don't think until the very end where Chauvelin leads his men on a hunt for Percy, but not after making sure the old Jew is mercilessly beaten. Only after Chauvelin leaves does the old Jew get up groggily and reveals himself to the bound Marguerite as her husband Percy in diguise.