Unformatted text preview: Florindo ends up coming to Venice too, looking for a servant. The same servant that Florindo hires, Arlecchino, is also in servitude to Beatrice at the time. Arlecchino decides he can serve two masters at one time without realizing his masters are lovers, for he thinks Beatrice is a man, her brother. The story takes many twists and turns, Arlecchino has many daunting tasks and makes many sacrifices. There are also sub-themes of feminist attitudes in the plot also from Clarice’s maid, Smeraldina. In the end, all of the lovers end up with each other, Clarice with Silvio, Beatrice with Florindo, and the two servants fall in love Smeraldina and Arlecchino. All ends well, and this was a very humorous and eventful play, although it was 3 hours long!...
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- Spring '08
- Harold Pinter, Domestic worker, Maid, Clarice, State Michael Costello