Tis Pity She's a whore- Key quotations

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"What blessed shape of... ...Some celestial creature now appears?" Annabella - Giovanni
Giovanni to Annabella- Persuasion "Trust me, but I am... "Strike me. Rip up... "Come Annabella, no more... "Thou wilt... ...sick; I fear so sick twill lose my life." ...my bosom; there thou shalt behold a heart in which the truth is writ." ...sister now but love, a name more gracious." "Chide me, then kiss me.
Giovanni to Friar (1.1) "Are we not therefore each other bound so... "To be ever one, one soul,... "The more I strive... ...so much more by nature, by the links of blood, of reason?" ... one flesh, one love, one heart, one all?" ...The more I love."
Giovanni and Fate "Lost, I am lost; my f- ... "Tis not, I know my... "Tis my destiny that... "Fate, or all the powers that... Friar to Gio "Go where thou wilt; I see the w- ...my fates have doomed my death." ...lust, but tis my fate that leads me on." ...you will either love me, or I must die." ...guide the motions of immortal souls could not prevent me." "Go where thou wilt; I see the wildness of thy fate draws to an end."
Giovanni to Friar (2.5) "What I have done... "My sister's beauty, being rarely... ...I'll prove both fit and good." ...fair is rarely virtuous"
Friar to Giovanni (2.5) "Thou hast told a tale... "I see thous't too... "The more I hear... "O, ig... "Things being thus... "Foolish madman!" ...whose every word threatens eternal slaughter to the soul." ...far sold to hell." ...The more I pity thee." "O ignorance is knowledge." ...a pair of souls are lost."
Ironic- Brothers' love for sister commented on by Florio "Thou herein hast showed a... ...Christian's care, a brother's love."
Giovanni description of Annabella's beauty "For colour...for sweet perfumes...for jewels... "The lily and the... "For colour, lips; for sweet perfumes, breath; for jewels, eyes; for threads of gold, hair" "The lily and the rose most sweetly strange, upon your dimpled cheeks do strive for change." - Blushes
Annabella's love for Giovanni "For every sigh... that thou hast sigh'd for me, I have sigh'd ten. For every tear shed, twenty."
Giovanni and Annabella's vows to one another "It were more ease to stop the... (Actual vows which they both say.) "Do not betray me to your... "It were more ease to stop the oceans from floats and ebbs, than dissolve my vows." "Do not betray me to your mirth or hate, love me or kill me sister/ brother." A03 Cheek by Jowl- either side of the bed, symbolic as they declare/ consummate love there, and he kills her there.
Giovanni's treatment of Annabella's virginity "I marvel why the chaster of you sex should... ...think this pretty toy called maidenhead so strange a loss, when being lost 'tis nothing."
Soranzo's love for Annabella Courtly and Petrachan "See you these true... "I know I have loved... ...love's tears? ...long, and loved you truly...I am sick and sick to th' heart."
Language is empowering for Hippolitta (But Soranzo does not listen) 2.2 "Look perjured man, on whom... "Call me not... ...thou and thy distracted lust have wronged." ...Dear, nor think with supple words to smooth the grossness of my abuses." Controversial for a women to speak so badly to a 'noble' man
Soranzo's treatment of Hippolita "Then I'll leave you, you are... "You are deceived, the... "I care not...For my honour... ...past the rules of sense...talk to a woman frantic." ...the vows I made you, if your remember well, were wicked and unlawful." ...I hate thee and they lust. You have been too foul."
Men= misogynists about Hippolitas death "Wonderful... "Heaven, thou art... "Know now, mistress... "My reason tells me now that... "Woman, come here no more." ...Justice!" (all) ...righteous." Richardetto "...she devil, your own mischievous treachery hath killed you." "My reason tells me now that it as common to err in frailty as to be a woman."
Annabella rejecting Bergetto's (Donaldo) marriage proposal nicely Avoids corruption "The jewel I'll... "The jewel I'll return; for if he love me I'll count that love a jewel."
Florio and marrying Annabella "I will not force my daughter... "I would not have her marry... vs. "Soranzo is the only man... ...gainst her will." ...wealth, but love." ...I like. Look on him, Annabella.
Berghetto and Philotis Both have tragic endings "There's hope... "I cannot choose but kiss thee... "O, my belly seethes like a... "Bid him, for my sake, take... "Then farwell world, and... "There's hope of this yet." - Philotis "I cannot choose but kiss thee once more for that word 'sweetheart'" "O, my belly seethes like a porridge pot." "Bid him, for my sake, take much care of this wench." "Then farewell world, and worldly thoughts, adieu! Welcome chaste vows."
Annabella 'rejecting' Soranzo "If mine eyes could have... "As ever vi-...As ever no-...As ever you... If I hereafter find that I must marry... "If mine eyes could have picked out a man...you should should have been that man. "As ever virtue lived within your mind, As ever noble courses were your guided, As ever you would have me know you loved me... ...It shall be you."
Putana about Annabella's pregnancy "O, we are undone... "Dead! No she is quick; tis... "You know what you have done... "O, we are undone, quite undone, utterly undone, and shamed for ever! O, your sister!" "Dead! No she is quick; tis worse, she is with child!" "You know what you have done, heaven forgive'ee."
Richardetto about pregnancy/ 'sexual ripeness' Ironic as she is pregnant and not a virgin "Her sickness is in her..." "Her sickness is in her fullness of blood- you understand me?" A04- Believed that this was an illness/ problem for virgins and cure was to have sex...
Friar to Annabella (3.6) "First , for your honours safety... "There is a place... "First, for your honours safety, that you marry the Lord Soranzo." - corrupt, goes against Christian doctrine. "There is a place... in a black and hollow vault ...dwell many thousand thousand sundry sorts of never dying death." A03- Mimics 14th Century author Thomas Nash- Pierce Penniless
Real justice? Cardinal's corruption "The Cardinal is... he no doubt... "Is this a churchman's.... "Justice is fl-... noble, he no doubt will give true justice."- Rich voice? Dwells justice here?"- Don is fled to heaven...but heaven will judge them for another day."- Flo
Cardinal- Forgiving forgiving Grimaldi and Vasques and NOT Putana "He is no..., but no-.... "First, this woman,..be tak'en... "Since what thou didst was... being no italian... "He is no common man, but noble born of princes blood." Tells him to leave out of the city, for examples sake, there to be burnt to ashes." not for thyself... we banish thee for ever to depart."
Cardinal last judgement on Annabella "Of one so young; so rich in Nature's store... who could not say, Tis' pity she's a whore?" (whore= immoral woman in this context) Last word. She cannot defend her self- only person who has actually repented. Does he have a right to condemn her when he has just taken "all the gold and jewels" for the "Pope's proper use"
Annabella's Blood letter- repentance "Pleasures... "My conscience now... "Forgive me...here I sadly vow... "Now, I we- "Pleasures farewell!" "My conscience now stands up against my lust." "Forgive me...here I sadly vow repentance, and leave that life I long have died in." "Now I welcome death."
Soranzo to Annabella- knows she is pregnant "Come... "Now I must be the dad to all thy... "Not know it, Strumpet! (who the father is) I'll r-... "Come strumpet, famous whore "Now I must be the dad to all the gallimaufry that's stuffed in thy corrupted, bastard-bearing womb. Why must I?" "Know it not, strumpet! I'll rip up thy heart and find it there."
Giovanni's ownership of Annabella "She is still o-... "She is still one to me and every kiss as sweet as delicious as the first one I reaped."
Annabella's indifference to Gio once repented. "Brother, dear ... "This banquet is a har- "Forgive him heaven, and me m-... "Brother, dear brother know what I have been, and know now that there is but a dining time twixt us and our confusion." "This banquet it a harbinger of death to you and me, resolve yourself and be prepared to welcome it." "Forgive him heavens, and me my sins. Farewell Brother unkind, unkind- Mercy, great heavens."
Giovanni's justification for killing Annabella "To save...and kill thee in a...Thus die... "Revenge is mi-... "To save thy fame, and kiss thee in a kiss. Thus die, and die by me, and by my hand." "Revenge is mine; honour doth love command."
Proud of death- elevated and god like language. "Trimmed in reeking blood that...proud in... "The glory of.. Calls himself "a most glorious... "Trimmed in the reeking blood that triumphs over death, proud in the spoil of love and vengeance." "The glory of my deed darkens the midday sun." "Glorious executioner."
Vasques argument for honour Soranzo says, "What you do it no-.... "What I have done was ... and I re- ... "What you do is noble and an act of brave revenge." "What I have done was duty and I repent nothing."
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