'Tis Pity She's A Whore, Act 1 Scene 3

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Florio to Donado 'I will not force my daughter...
...'gainst her will.' Foreshadowing
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Florio to Donado, regarding Giovanni 'he is so devoted...
...to his book.' Dramatic irony
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Florio to Donado 'I would not have her...
...marry wealth, but love.'
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Donado in soliloquy 'But he is such another dunce, I...
...fear/ He'll never win the wench.' Foreshadowing
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Bergetto to Donado 'a strange horse...my barber says...whose...
...head...stands just behind where his tail is.' Context -17th century practical joke
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Donado to Bergetto 'Wilt thou be a fool still?...
...you have more mind of a puppet-play than on the business I told ye.'
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Bergetto to Donado, regarding a speech Bergetto gave Annabella 'I made her almost burst...
...her belly with laughing.' Metaphor
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Poggio to Donado, on Bergetto wooing Annabella 'my master said that he loved her almost as...
...well as he loved parmasent.' (Parmesan cheese)
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Bergetto to Donado, on what he said to Annabella regarding his inheritance 'I am his white boy and...
...I will not be gulled.' (white boy=favourite gulled=cheated)
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...to his book.' Dramatic irony

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Florio to Donado, regarding Giovanni 'he is so devoted...

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...marry wealth, but love.'

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...fear/ He'll never win the wench.' Foreshadowing

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Card 5

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...head...stands just behind where his tail is.' Context -17th century practical joke

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