'Tis Pity She's A Whore, Act 2 Scene 2

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Soranzo in soliloquy 'Love's measure is extreme, the comfort pain,/...
...The life unrest, and the reward distain.' Allusion to Sannazaro. Auctoritee. Figurative
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Soranzo in soliloquy, addressing the poet Sannazaro 'Felt such oppression as is laid on mine,/...
...Thou wouldst have kissed the rod.' Metaphorical, arguing against auctoritee
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Soranzo re-words Sannazaro's poetry in soliloquy 'Love's measure is the mean, sweet his annoys,/...
...His pleasures life, and his reward all joys.' Arguing against auctoritee
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Hippolita to Soranzo 'Look, prejured man, on her/ whom thou and thy distracted...
...lust have wronged.'
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Hippolita to Soranzo 'Thy sensual rage of blood hath made/...
...my youth/ A scorn to men and angels.'
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Hippolita to Soranzo 'Thou know'st, false wanton, when my modest fame/...
...stood free from stain and scandal.' Hippolita used to be relatively unknown until she gained a reputation. Sibilance - reflects people whsipering/gossiping
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Hippolita to Soranzo, on his love for Annabella ''Tis not your new mistress,/ Your goodly Madam...
...Merchant, shall triumph on my dejection' Dramatic irony - A is not 'goodly'
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Hippolita to Soranzo 'Thy soul is drowned too seeply in those sins;/...
...Thou need'st not add to th' number'
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Vasques interrupts Soranzo and Hippolita's argument 'Sir, I beseech you do not perplex her;...
...griefs, alas, will have a vent' Acting above his station
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Soranzo justifies not fulfilling his vow of marriage since 'The vows I made...
...were wicked and unlawful'
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Hippolita blaming Soranzo for the death of her husband 'The devil in my blood, and they protests,/ Caused me to...
...counsel him to undertake/ A voyage'
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Hippolita on Soranzo, to Vasques 'How foolishly this...
...beast contemns his fate'
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Hippolita on Soranzo, to Vasques 'My vengeance shall...
...give comfort to his woe'
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Hippolita to Vasques 'were thou mine, and wouldst be private...
...to my designs' Plotting for revenge/ sexual connotations
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Vasques to Hippolita 'I will not only be a special actor therein...
...but never disclose it till it be effected' Conspiracy
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Hippolita to Vasques. Last lines, in prose 'on this delicious bane my thoughts shall banquet/...
...Revenge shall sweeten what my griefs have tasted.' Metaphorical
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...Thou wouldst have kissed the rod.' Metaphorical, arguing against auctoritee

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Soranzo in soliloquy, addressing the poet Sannazaro 'Felt such oppression as is laid on mine,/...

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...His pleasures life, and his reward all joys.' Arguing against auctoritee

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...lust have wronged.'

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...my youth/ A scorn to men and angels.'

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