I need help with my English work, well it's not really work we've just all been given an extract of Duchess Of Malfi to 'translate' and I'm having trouble with my section.
I need almost a word-for-word 'translation' of these few desctiptions of the madmen from Act IV Scene II:
"an English tailor, craz'd i'th' brain
With the study of new fashion;"
"a gentleman usher,
Quite beside himself with care to keep in mind
The number of his lady's salutations,
Or "How do you," she employ'd him in each morning;"
"And let one broker that's mad loose to these,
You'd think the devil were among them."
And then the Duchess says:
"Let them loose when you please,
For I am chain'd to endure all your tyranny."
I'm sorry for basically asking you to do my (fairly easy) work, it's just that we're being made to tell it to the class and that makes me nervous enough so I'd just really like to know that what I'm saying is right!
Thank you so much for any help!
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