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We lived six months on that night, eh, Marco?
Providing makes you a man. Rodolpho tells stories and exaggerates.
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Eddie - He's got a sense of humour.
Eddie doesn't like that Rodolpho is popular.
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The more you run around like that the more chance you're takin'.
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No, n, he didn't hurt me. To Eddie with a certain gleam and a smile.
Conventions of masculinity. Rodolpho realises his aim.
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Dance, Catherine. Come.
Defying Eddie is Rodolpho's way of showing power.
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Not for anything to eat.
Rodolpho is hungry for happiness, for life and for Catherine.
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How can I bring you from a rich country to suffer in a poor country...I would be a criminal stealing your face.
Rodolpho shows the depths of his feelings for Catherine.
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This is your question or his question?
Rodolpho realises what Eddie has done. Eddie made Catherine doubt her relationship.
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I am not a beggar, and you are not a horse, a gift, a favour for a poor immigrant.
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My heart dies to look at you.
Their relationship has more passion and love than Eddie's and Beatrice's.
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If I take in my hands a little bird. And she grows and wishes to fly. But I will not let her out of my hands because I love her so much, is that right for me to do?
Sums up the whole relationship.
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It's my fault, Eddie.
Rodolpho tries to take responsibility to try to avert tragedy. This is the chance for the crisis to be averted but it won't be because of the way the play is. Greek tragedy.
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Eddie doesn't like that Rodolpho is popular.

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Eddie - He's got a sense of humour.

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Conventions of masculinity. Rodolpho realises his aim.

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Defying Eddie is Rodolpho's way of showing power.

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