Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Constance travels through a boneyard which separates her balcony from Juliet's balcony. She sings to herself that there are no such things as ghosts, when a ghost arises and begins to speak. They ghost speaks rather plainly, informing Constance that she is the fool and the author. Constance misunderstands and believes the ghost is speaking in riddles—she demands answers from the ghost but when the ghost provides the answers she again does not understand. She feels the ghost might be Yorick but the ghost denies the name. The ghost then sinks back into the grave.

Tybalt then enters the boneyard and accosts Constance, calls her a hermaphrodite and a villain, and demands satisfaction through a test of blades. He supplies Constance with a sword and then prepares to attack when suddenly a cross-dressed Romeo runs between them, begging them to allay their angers...

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