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Unformatted text preview: Beatrice: “Don’t tell me you don’t know; you’re not a baby any more, what are you going to do with yourself?”-Beatrice tells Catherine that she is not a kid anymore, and she does not need Eddie’s approval for everything she does, Beatrice is also jealous. Alfieri: “The manner in which they entered the country. But I don’t think you want to do anything about that, do you?”-Foreshadows what Eddie will do towards the end of the play Eddie: “He is a real blonde”-Suggests that Rodolfo, being a blonde, is different, he is not a stereotypical Italian man (new generation) Eddie: “Come on, kid, put sump’m behind it, you can’t hurt me.”-Says that to Rodolfo, which suggests how he is “not scared” of Rodolfo. Stage Directions: The chair raised like a weapon over EDDIE’s head, EDDIE’s grin vanishes as he absorbs his look- Marco is strong, Eddie is afraid of him...
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- Spring '08
- Want, Eddie, cousins Eddie, decisions Eddie