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

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Scene 2 - Isabella comes in, speaking in soliloquy about her hatred for the tree from which Horatio hung himself and the garden in which the tree grew. She takes out a knife and starts cutting down the plants as she continues her soliloquy, referring to how she seems to be the only one taking any kind of revenge for Horatio's death. Finally, she uses the knife to kill herself, saying that in the same way as the tree will now die, the breast with which she nursed her son is also dead.

Scene 3 - As Hieronimo sets the stage for the performance of his play, Castile comes in to see how things are going. Hieronimo says they're going well, gives him a copy of the script so he and the King can follow along, and then asks that Castile throw him the key...

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