Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 9 Summary & Analysis

Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Tybalt takes Constance to the crypt and places her on a slab. He furtively looks around and then announces his intention to examine the supposed corpse's supposed penis. He begins but is interrupted by Romeo's sad wailing. Tybalt looks around and finds Romeo prostrate and despondent on another crypt slab—mistaking him for a defenseless young girl, Tybalt grabs Romeo and carries him off to an uncertain fate.

Meanwhile Desdemona and Juliet arrive and congregate around Constance. Juliet expresses her undying love, Desdemona wonders if all Verona is homosexual, and Constance wonders what it all means. Desdemona insists that Constance return to Cyprus and pursue a violent revenge upon Iago while Juliet insists that Constance join her in unrequited love and suicide. Constance finally explodes in anger, denouncing both women as unreasonable and dimensionless; she bemoans her fate and exclaims that she was wrong...

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