Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Constance lurks in the public squares of Verona searching for the fool who, she believes, is avoiding his occupation. She spies a Servant walking around with a basket full of scrolls which outwardly resemble the sheaves of the Gustav Manuscript. She pounces on the Servant and pins him down, demanding to know the author of the scrolls. The Servant announces that Juliet's father has written the scrolls—they are invitations to the evening party. Constance realizes her mistake but becomes determined to attend the party and goes off to buy a mask.

Act 3, Scene 3 Analysis

This brief scene sets up plot elements which will reach a conclusion in later scenes. Constance becomes aware of Romeo's and Juliet's wedding dinner. As might be expected in a comedy, the festivities are to be held as a masked ball. Constance borrows some money from the servant she...

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