Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) - Act 3, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Act 3, Scene 7 Summary

Constance flees the boneyard and arrives at Juliet's balcony. Juliet lowers a rope ladder and Constance scales the balcony and demands to know the name of the author. Juliet first demands her kiss. Constance attempts a demur peck but Juliet embraces her with passion until Constance struggles free. Juliet then admits she has lied—she does not know the author's name. In shame, Juliet attempts several times to commit suicide which Constance prevents. Constance then reveals her true gender to Juliet. Undismayed, Juliet immediately launches into a verbal exploration of the raptures of lesbianism. As Constance's hand wanders into Juliet's shirt she finds a page of the Gustav Manuscript inside. She draws it forth and another mystical vortex of energy swirls about. Juliet and Constance huddle together in fear as Desdemona emerges from the vortex.

Desdemona immediately accuses Constance of infidelity with Othello and...

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