Aspects In Marianella Essay

992 words - 4 pages

Teodoro Golfín goes to visit Florentina where she is staying. This is where Marianella is sick. The room a good size, with several chairs and a desk. In the middle of the room, there was a long couch with a body on it. The body was Marianella's. She is sleeping on the couch, looking peaceful. Her hands were shaking, and she was sweating. Florentina: Marianella is very sick Teodoro: I know, how sick? Florentina: Very sick - she does not look well Teodoro: I see. No, she doesn't. She is a very poor girl Florentina: yes, that she is Teodoro: She has had no education in her life. She is not very pretty either... Florentina: She definitely isn't! Teodoro: hahahaha, and yet here she sleeps on her deathbed. Pablo doesn't know how good a person she is. Marianella looks to see Teodoro and Florentina talking. Florentina: Marianella, are you scared? Marianella: no Florentina. You are very good, and so is Don Teodoro Teodoro: Nela, you are very sick Marianella: yes. I think i've made Florentina angry. Florentina: no Marianela - you are a good person.Pablo arrives at the house of Florentina. Pablo: florentina, i heard my dad was here. Florentina does not answer him. Pablo didn't have to visit Teodoro or Marianella .Pablo: It is not important to me to stay blind after i have seen. I had a dream that that you were looking for me. To your side were very ugly girls. Why are you beautiful? Creí that you wish to be at my side. My cousin, and wife of my soul. Florentina: what? No,no,no. Teodoro, Pablo is crazy. Say something.Teodoro: Pablo..... go to your room! Pablo: you are the boss, Teodoro. As Pablo was leaving, he sees Marianella on the couch. He looks at her. Pablo: My God! She is sick Teodoro: Of course she is you crazy fool. Pablo puts his hand on Marianella's forehead. Marianella opens her eyes and takes Pablo's hand. Pablo cries out.Marianella: YO SOY LA NELA! Pablo has discovered the world of the light and beautiful. He sees the confusion in seeing all the time. Teodoro: She is worn out. Damn this Florentina: Die Marianela, so you do not have to be like this. Dear Marianella. Pablo: Marianella no responde. Nela, mi querida Nela! Teodoro: Good God! (Choir of Angels sings) Teodoro y Florentina leave Pablo alone in the room. Pablo: How terrible. How terrible. I do not wish to see anything. I do not want to see anymore.....Pablo runs out of the room. Teodoro comes in and tries to save her. A scream is heard outside. Florentina and Teodoro run out of the room, and see Pablo on the floor. On the ground is one of his eyes. His hand was ripping out the other eye. Florentina: Help, help! Blood Teodoro hits Pablo, and pulls him...

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