Se dice que destila de ellas medicinas tan activas como un hechizo. A pesar de la profunda inteligencia que su porte manifestaba, nunca se aproximaba lo suficiente como para intimar con la vida de aquellos vegetales. La flor y la doncella eran distintas y al mismo tiempo la misma. Se le juzga, en cambio, responsable de sus fracasos, que son los resultados frecuentes de su trabajo.
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Baglioni argues with Dr. Rappaccini over his research and methods. The two men depart. Scene 2 Giovanni, a young medical student, arrives from Naples. While on the street, Isabela approaches, asking him if he is the student that will be renting her spare room.
Giovanni confirms and Isabela shows him to his room. Soon Dr. Rappaccini Problems playing this file? See media help. Scene 4 In his garden, Dr. Rappaccini sings of the healing and poisonous nature of his plants.
Beatriz enters and Rappaccini shares his vision with her, then leaves. Once alone, Beatriz laments her solitary life. She picks a rose and it withers in her hands.
In disbelief, he questions what he saw. He expresses his infatuation for Beatriz then goes to sleep. Scene 6 In his dream, Giovanni enters Dr. Rappaccini wanders away. Giovanni sings of his desire for Beatriz. Act 2[ edit ] Scene 1 Time has passed and Dr. Baglioni runs into Giovanni on the street. Giovanni has little interest in talking and Baglioni realizes the young man is pale and looks ill.
Baglioni questions if Giovanni is being used in one of Dr. Giovanni becomes defensive and denies being involved with the doctor. Scene 2 Giovanni is in his room. Isabela rushes to him and reveals that there is a secret entrance to Dr. The two leave towards the entrance. Giovanni meets Beatriz in the garden Problems playing this file?
Scene 3 Giovanni enters the garden alone and finds Beatriz, who is startled. She reveals that she had been waiting for him. Sharing their emotions in duet, Giovanni goes to touch a tree in the garden. Beatrice stops him, telling him that the tree is dangerous. She touches his hand in the process.
Rappaccini arrives and Beatriz runs away. The doctor tells Giovanni that he wishes to be friends. Giovanni departs. Scene 4 Dr. Rappaccini, Beatriz and Giovanni after Beatriz drinks the antidote Giovanni is back his in room nursing the hand that was touched by Beatriz. Baglioni arrives and tells a story of a beautiful woman who turned out to be a deadly trap.
He then accuses Beatriz of administering deadly potions and being a danger. Giovanni becomes agitated. Baglioni states that there is still time to free Beatriz from her father and return her to a normal life. He gives a vial of antidote to Giovanni who agrees to give it to Beatriz.
Scene 5 Giovanni returns to the garden, aware that he has been poisoned. First upset with Beatriz, he then tells her that all is not lost and that they can take the antidote. Rappaccini rushes in and tells them that his scientific work has cured them and they may safely leave the garden. He adds that taking any antidote will result in death. Beatriz takes the antidote from Giovanni and against the will of both men, drinks it and dies.
LA HIJA DE RAPPACCINI
Baglioni argues with Dr. Rappaccini over his research and methods. The two men depart. Scene 2 Giovanni, a young medical student, arrives from Naples. While on the street, Isabela approaches, asking him if he is the student that will be renting her spare room. Giovanni confirms and Isabela shows him to his room. Soon Dr.
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