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

HideShow resource information
Friar to Giovanni 'wits that presumed...
...on wit too much' -friar warns Giovannit against intellectual pride
1 of 15
Friar to Giovanni. Those who tried to reason against God 'Discovered the nearest way to Hell,/...
...And filled the world with devilish atheism.' Intellectual pride and reasoning against God leads to damnation
2 of 15
Friar to Giovanni 'for better 'tis,/...
...To bless the sun than reason why it shines.' Metaphor, just accept God's existence
3 of 15
Giovanni to the Friar 'Too you I have...
...unclasped my burdened soul.' Metaphor, Giovanni has told the Friar his secrets
4 of 15
Giovanni asks the Friar 'Must I not do what...
...all men else may - love?' Rhetorical question, the audience sympathise with Giovanni
5 of 15
Giovanni to the Friar about Annabella 'the gods/ Would..
...make a God.' Annabella is someone the Gods would see as their equal
6 of 15
Giovanni to the Friar 'brother and sister, be a bar/...
...Twiat my perpetual happiness and me?' First time Giovanni reveals to the audience that the one he loves is his sister
7 of 15
Giovanni to the Friar 'say one womb/ (curse to my joys!) gave us both life...
...and birth;/ Are we not therefore each to other bound/ So much the more by nature.'
8 of 15
Giovanni to the Friar 'One soul, one flesh,...
...one love, one heart, one all?'
9 of 15
Friar to Giovanni 'For thou hast moved a majesty above/...
...with thy unranged (almost) blasphemy.'
10 of 15
Friar to Giovanni 'Hast thou left the schools/...
...of knowledge, to converse with lust and death?' foreshadowing
11 of 15
Giovanni tells the Friar he cannot ignore his lustful thoughts about Annabella 'It were more ease to stop the ocean/...
...From floats to ebbs.'
12 of 15
Friar to Giovanni 'in thy wilful flames/...
...Already see thy ruin.'
13 of 15
Giovanni asks the Friar to tell him how to redeem himself 'Beg heaven to cleanse...
...the leprosy of lust/ That rots thy soul.'
14 of 15
Friar to Giovanni, opening lines 'Dispute no more in the, for know...
...young man,/ These are no school-points.' Play opens mid-argument
15 of 15

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

...And filled the world with devilish atheism.' Intellectual pride and reasoning against God leads to damnation

Back

Friar to Giovanni. Those who tried to reason against God 'Discovered the nearest way to Hell,/...

Card 3

Front

...To bless the sun than reason why it shines.' Metaphor, just accept God's existence

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

...unclasped my burdened soul.' Metaphor, Giovanni has told the Friar his secrets

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

...all men else may - love?' Rhetorical question, the audience sympathise with Giovanni

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar English Literature resources:

See all English Literature resources »See all 'Tis Pity She's A Whore resources »