Giovanni and Annabella

Giovanni and Annabella

brother-sister romance. [Br. Lit.: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore]
See: Incest
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Elsewhere the influence of Othello is traceable in the characterization of Bergetto and Vasques and, with greater significance for the play as a whole, of Giovanni and Annabella.
The moment at the beginning of `Tis Pity when Giovanni and Annabella kneel to each other in mutual dedication is a distant reworking of that other quasi-religious ceremony in Othello, itself sometimes referred to as a symbolic marriage, in which Othello and Iago kneel together and Iago makes his sinister pledge, "I am your own for ever" (3.
At the heart of it all is the unconventional love story between brother and sister Giovanni and Annabella.
30) When Giovanni and Annabella discover their mutual affection, they do so in their father's hall.
5, revealing Giovanni and Annabella in bed once again.