'Tis Pity She's A Whore Act 2 Scene 4

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Donado to Bergetto 'if I hear any of your apish...
...running to motions and fropperies till I come back, you were as good no.' (you will regret it)
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Bergetto to Poggio 'Dost take me...
...for a child, Poggio.' Irony
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Bergetto writes a letter to Annabella 'If you like my uncle's wit better than mine, you shall...
...marry me; if you like mine better than his, I will marry you in spite of your teeth.' Teeth = opposition
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Donado to Bergetto 'Well, sir, I must be content...
...to be both your secretary and your messenger myself.' Displays the incompetence of Bergetto
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Bergetto to Donado 'O, you think I am...
...a blockhead, uncle!'
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Card 2

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...for a child, Poggio.' Irony

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Bergetto to Poggio 'Dost take me...

Card 3

Front

...marry me; if you like mine better than his, I will marry you in spite of your teeth.' Teeth = opposition

Back

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Card 4

Front

...to be both your secretary and your messenger myself.' Displays the incompetence of Bergetto

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Card 5

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...a blockhead, uncle!'

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