Essay heading: 'Tis pity She's A Whore: Remind yourself of act 4 scene 3. What is the importance of this scene in the context of the whole play?

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At this point the audience is aware of the fanatical loyalty Vasquez has to Soranzo because of his actions in the previous scene, and of his inability to know his "place" in the social structure of the play (demonstrated by his actions towards Grimaldi in Act I scene ii). These qualities are once more displayed and emphasised by Ford in Act VI scene iii through Vasquez's dialogue, "leave the scenting of wrongs out to me!" and "O'twere most unmanlike!" which sees Vasquez both defending Soranzo's honour and reprimanding him in front of Annabella ( which is not really a servants place)...
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At this point the audience is aware of the fanatical loyalty Vasquez has to Soranzo because of his actions in the previous scene, and of his inability to know his "place" in the social structure of the play (demonstrated by his actions towards Grimaldi in Act I scene ii). These qualities are once more displayed and emphasised by Ford in Act VI scene iii through Vasquez's dialogue, "leave the scenting of wrongs out to me!" and "O'twere most unmanlike!" which sees Vasquez both defending Soranzo's honour and reprimanding him in front of Annabella ( which is not really a servants place)...
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