DofM: Deceit

HideShow resource information
"I can be angry Without this rupture; there is not in nature A thing that makes man so deformed, so beastly..."
Cardinal finds Ferd. reaction to the Duchess's pregnancy, foreshadows that Ferds. anger is what will end him
1 of 7
Were I a man I'd beat that counterfeit face into thy other.
If she had the strength, the Duchess would smash the two parts of Bosola's personality together
2 of 7
"[…] as we observe in tragedies That a good actor many times is cursed For playing a villain's part—I hate thee for't..."
Ferdinand criticises Bosola for not giving in to his moral self and defending the Duchess.
3 of 7
I served your tyranny, and rather strove To satisfy yourself than all the world;
Bosola realises the grave mistake he has made, reflecting over his own falts
4 of 7
"Pray thee, why dost thou wrap thy poisoned pills in gold and sugar?"
Duchess wonders why Ferd. won't just give up playing the game and reveal his true motive
5 of 7
"The Devil is not cunning enough to circumvent us in riddles"
-
6 of 7
"You are deceived in him, his nature is too honest for such businesses"
-
7 of 7

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Were I a man I'd beat that counterfeit face into thy other.

Back

If she had the strength, the Duchess would smash the two parts of Bosola's personality together

Card 3

Front

"[…] as we observe in tragedies That a good actor many times is cursed For playing a villain's part—I hate thee for't..."

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

I served your tyranny, and rather strove To satisfy yourself than all the world;

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

"Pray thee, why dost thou wrap thy poisoned pills in gold and sugar?"

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar English Literature resources:

See all English Literature resources »See all The Duchess of Malfi resources »