Plays often feature a central dramatic turning point: prior to this we remain unsure of how the story will unfold; afterwards, inevitable conclusions hurtle towards their finale. Webster’s tragedies are no exception, and a good understanding of his pivotal scenes helps us see, feel and understand the crises which lead to the final tragic moments we discussed in Chapter 2.
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