'Tis Pity She's a Whore - Act 5, Scenes 1, 2, 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 5, Scenes 1, 2, 3 and 4 Summary

Scene 1 - Annabella speaks in a soliloquy, overheard by the Friar, about how unhappy and guilty she feels, about her repentance for having slept with Giovanni and about a letter she's written begging him to repent so that both their souls will be saved. The Friar steps forward and volunteers to deliver the letter. Annabella gives it to him, urging him to both hurry and keep the letter a secret because there are spies everywhere whose knowledge of their relationship could result in their deaths. The Friar hurries out, glad that Annabella's soul has been saved by her repentance.

Scene 2 - Vasquez taunts Soranzo into believing the truth about Annabella. Soranzo plots revenge, telling Vasquez to issue invitations for a birthday feast, to ensure Florio and Giovanni are both invited and to make sure the Bandits are ready to ambush her.

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