The Spanish Tragedy - Study Guide Act 3, Scenes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 2 - Hieronimo comes in, speaking a lengthy soliloquy rich with emotionally violent imagery of how miserable he is following the murder of Horatio and of his plans for seeking revenge on his killers. He discovers and reads a letter apparently left for him by Bel-Imperia revealing that Horatio was killed by Balthazar and Lorenzo. He tells himself it must be a trap and resolves to pay no attention to it, and then resolves to find out whether the information is true. He sees Pedringano and calls to him.

Pedringano appears, followed by Lorenzo, who reveals that Bel-Imperia has been hidden away by Castile. He tells Hieronimo that any message he has for her can be passed on through him. The implication is that he's eager to know Hieronimo's plans in the wake of Horatio's death. Hieronimo evades his repeated invitations to tell...

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