The Jew of Malta - Study Guide Act 5, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 5, Scene 4 Summary

Ferneze is with his knights and del Bosco. They have been making plans, although the plans are not revealed to us. Ferneze sends them away, but he tells them to return with weapons, ready to fight when they hear a cannon discharged.

Act 5, Scene 4 Analysis

In another short scene, the audience realizes that Ferneze is conspiring against someone for his own salvation. Vice-Admiral del Bosco is there, so the audience knows that the Spanish are involved. Marlowe is setting things in motion in these last scenes to lead to the climax of the play.

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