'Tis Pity She's a Whore - Study Guide Act 2, Scenes 4 and 5 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 4 - - Donado and Bergetto argue over whether Bergetto should be allowed to write and deliver his own letter to Annabella. Donado says he's too foolish, but Bergetto says he's written a letter anyway. He tells Poggio to read it out loud, since he (Bergetto) can't read his own handwriting. Poggio reads the letter, which is crude and disrespectful. Donado tells Bergetto and Poggio to go home and stay there until he's called. Bergetto refuses. Donado warns of serious consequences if he doesn't do as he's told and goes out. Bergetto starts for Annabella's. Poggio warns him he might get into trouble, but Bergetto says he doesn't care and goes out. Poggio has no choice but to follow.

Scene 5 - - The Friar tells Giovanni that he's angered heaven by acting on his passion for Annabella. Giovanni again argues that there's nothing...

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