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Measure for Measure

William Shakespeare

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Act III, Scene ii

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Act III, Scene ii

Act III, Scene ii

Act III, Scene ii

Act III, Scene ii

Claudio's offense is also revealed to be much smaller than those of the other convicted criminals. He was involved in nothing truly decadent, acting solely out of love and lust. Angelo appears as a merciless figure for condemning him to death, and Isabella appears even stricter in her beliefs for her suggestion that the sentence is not entirely unjust. Perhaps it is this belief which motivates her to allow him to be killed instead of giving up her chastity.

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