'Tis Pity She's A Whore Act 2 Scene 6

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Putana shows cunning 'Truly, I do...
...commend him to her every night before her first sleep'
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Donado gives Putana a bride 'there's something for thee, and...
...prithee do what thou canst on his behalf; sha' not be lost labour'
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Annabella to Donado about Bergetto's love 'The jewel I'll return; for...
...if he love,/ I'll count that love a jewel.' She does not want his gifts because, if he did truly love her, that would be good enough.
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Annabella on the subject of her mother's ring 'My brother in the morning...
...took it from me,/ Said he would wear't today' Dramatic irony, the ring was intended for a future husband
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Annabella when asked whether she will marry Beergetto 'Find one more worthy...
...of his choice than me./ In short, I'm sure I sha' not be his wife.' She uses the excuse of not being worthy to avoid his advances
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Bergetto describes being beaten up 'he did so maul me...
...with the hilts of his rapier, that my head sung whilst my feat capered in the kennel'
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Bergetto on meeting Philotis 'I'faith, I shall...
...love her as long as I live for 't'
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Bergetto to Annabella 'she had a face...
...methinks worth twenty of you, Mistress Annabella.'
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Bergetto isn't worried that Annabella won't marry him now 'I can have...
...wenches enough in Parma for half-a-crown apiece'
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Giovanni to Annabella about the jewel 'But you shall...
...not wear it; Send it him back again.'
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Giovanni's closing lines 'That you shall know anon,...
...at better leisure./ Welcome, sweet night! The evening crowns the day.'
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...prithee do what thou canst on his behalf; sha' not be lost labour'

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Donado gives Putana a bride 'there's something for thee, and...

Card 3

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...if he love,/ I'll count that love a jewel.' She does not want his gifts because, if he did truly love her, that would be good enough.

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Card 4

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...took it from me,/ Said he would wear't today' Dramatic irony, the ring was intended for a future husband

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Card 5

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...of his choice than me./ In short, I'm sure I sha' not be his wife.' She uses the excuse of not being worthy to avoid his advances

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