October 30, 2006

Let's know

‘let’s know’ invites further consideration of his choices ‘let us stop and ponder’ (cf. Bevington, fn l.17, p. 91). It exposes the flaw in his demonstration: if he commits suicide, the murder of his son would remain unavenged; on the other hand, it marks the final shift in Hieronimo’s pursuit of justice: having found social and divine unsatisfactory/unattainable, he decides in favour of personal justice.


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