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Beatrice embraces the flowers, picks one, attempts to pin it on her dress, and accidentally lets some of the liquid drip on to a lizard, which immediately contorts and dies. Giovanni shudders. He then witnesses an insect dying from Beatrice's breath. Beatrice spots Giovanni who throws her a bouquet of healthy flowers. As Beatrice rushes inside, Giovanni thinks he sees the bouquet wither in her hands.
Baglioni presents Giovanni with a small silver vial with an antidote to any poison in the world and tells him that it is the only way to prove Rappaccini’s dreadful experiment on his daughter. Giovanni suddenly remembers the flowers and insects wilting when Beatrice touched them and begins to see another side of who she might be.
Giovanni has been poisonous
Giovanni notices Doctor Rappaccini watching from afar and suddenly cries out for Beatrice to tell Giovanni to wear one of the poison blooms as he has made him into one of his creations.
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