In ï¿½Rappacciniï¿½s Daughterï¿½ written by Nathaniel Hawthorne, A young man name Giovanni Guasconti came to Padua to pursue his studies at the University of Pradua, while staying with his fatherï¿½s bestfriend Pietro Baglioni, professor of medicine in the university, he falls in love with a beautiful young lady named Beatrice. Sheï¿½s beautiful, but she has poisonous breath, which she is a part of her fatherï¿½s science experiment. Giacomo Rappaccini, corrupts his daughter Beatrice in order to satisfy his own pride over his unique plants. Rappacini is willing to give up anything, even his own daughter in order to advance his knowledge in science. The choices made in this story led to seraval negative consequences in the book.
There were many choices in the story and the choices that had the most impact amongst the characters were Giovanni falling in love with Beatrice, Dr. Rappacini poisoning Beatrice, Giovanni not listening to Baglioni about Beatrice, Lisabetta showing Giovanni the secret door to the garden, Giovanni coming to see Beatrice every day, and Boglioni giving Giovanni vial to cure the poisonous breathe.
Most of the choices made in this story led to the death of Beatrice, if her father had not poisoned her she wouldnï¿½t have poisoned Giovanni, and Giovanni wouldnï¿½t have been given a vial to cure the poisonous breathe, which in turn the cure was death. Even though Giovanni was infatuated with Beatrice, it was wrong for Lisabetta to show him the secret door to the garden because it led to Giovanni coming to see Beatrice everyday as seen on page 13 paragraph 3.Giovanni came to see her so much that that he fall even more deeply in love with Beatrice because Hawthorne says on p.13 ,ï¿½By all appreciable signs, they loved; they had looked love with eyes that conveyed the holy secret from the depths of one soul into the depths of the other, as if it were too sacred to be whispered by the way ;they had even spoken love in those gushes of passions when their spirits darted forth in articulated breath like tongues of long-hidden flame; and yet there had been no seal of lips, no clasp of hands, nor any slightest caress such as love claims and hallowsï¿½.
The play "Much Ado about nothing'' is a romantic comedy. The main plot of the play involves Hero and Claudio, the sub plot involves Beatrice and Benedick. Beatrice and Benidick are the lead characters of the comic and competitive love story, since their relationship changes the most from start to finish. Hero and Claudio are also lead characters, their love story is more tragic than comic, ...
As a result of these choices, Giovanni becomes poisoned because he didnï¿½t listen to Baglioniï¿½s warning on p.15. On page 15 paragraph 2 baglioni says,ï¿½I know this wretched girl far better than yourself. You shall hear the truth in respect to the poisoner Rappacini and his poisonous daughter; yes, poisonous as she is beautiful. Listen; for, even should you do violence to my gray hair, it shall not silence meï¿½. When Baglioni gives Giovanni the cure it kills Beatrice and this ruins Rappaciniï¿½s experiment.
In ï¿½Rappaciniï¿½s Daughterï¿½ , the overwhelming desire for the knowledge of science caused a father to poison his own beloved daughter. Even though she was poisoned her beauty and personality attracted Giovanni and caused Giovanni to fall in love with her. The choices made by Giovanni where mostly caused by his love for Beatrice which in turn caused him to be poisoned and Beatrice to die.