'Tis Pity She's A Whore Act 2 Scene 5

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The Friar to Giovanni 'But heaven is angry,and, be...
...thou resolved,/ Thou art a man remarked to taste a mischief.' He is bound to go to Hell
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Giovanni's argument for why Annabella is virtuous and her love is pure 'So where the body's...
...furniture us beauty,/ The mind's must needs be virtue' Annabella is beautiful on the outside so must be virtuous on the inside too
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More of his argument 'My sister's beauty, being rarely fair,/ Is...
...rarely virtuous; chiefly in her love,/ And chiefly in that love, her love to me.'
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The Friar doesn't condone Giovanni's actions 'Then, madman, thou wilt find/...
That nature is in heaven's positions blind.' Nature cannot scrutinise God's rules
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Giovanni uses his youth as an excuse 'had you youth like mine,/...
...You'd make her love your heaven, and her divine.'
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Giovanni's reaction to Annabella's possibly marriage 'Marriage? Why,...
...that's to damn her; that's to prove/ Her greedy of variety of lust.' (She will sleep with another besides Giovanni)
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Giovanni speaking in sonnet form trying to convince the friar 'Hear her but speak, and...
...you will swear the spheres/ Make music to the citizens in heaven' (cosmology reference, the 9 planets made music inaudible to mortals)
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The friar's reaction to Giovanni's plea 'The more I hear,...
...I pity thee the more,/ That one so excellent should give those parts/ All to a second death.'
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...furniture us beauty,/ The mind's must needs be virtue' Annabella is beautiful on the outside so must be virtuous on the inside too

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Giovanni's argument for why Annabella is virtuous and her love is pure 'So where the body's...

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...rarely virtuous; chiefly in her love,/ And chiefly in that love, her love to me.'

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That nature is in heaven's positions blind.' Nature cannot scrutinise God's rules

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...You'd make her love your heaven, and her divine.'

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