'Tis Pity She's a Whore - Act 4, Scenes 1 and 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scenes 1 and 2 Summary

Scene 1 - At the conclusion of Soranzo's wedding to Annabella, the Friar wishes them joy. Soranzo thanks him for enabling him to enjoy such a beautiful bride, and in an aside, Giovanni reveals how miserable he is. As Florio urges Donado to forget his grief and join the celebration, Soranzo proposes a toast to Giovanni. Giovanni refuses to participate, and Annabella urges Soranzo to leave him alone.

A group of women in white appears and performs a special dance in honor of the wedding. As Soranzo thanks them, one of them reveals herself to be Hippolita. To general surprise, she reveals that she's come to release Soranzo from his vows and to celebrate his marriage. She asks Vasquez to hand her a cup of wine, and he does. She toasts Soranzo and drinks, and Soranzo reaches for the wine so that he can...

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