|The Winter's Tale|
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|The Shakespeare Notebooks|
|Exit, by Another Means||Antony and Cleopatra|
Another draft extract from Act V Scene iii of The Winter's Tale - this time part of the scene in the Chapel at Paulina's house that forms the climax of the play, as Paulina reveals what purports to be a statue of the dead Hermione. Of course, the audience knows that the statue is actually Hermione herself, who isn't dead at all...
The Doctor interrupts act five of The Winter's Tale, thinking that the statue of the dead Hermione is a Weeping Angel. He discovers that it is all a play, and the statue is really an actress, and departs.
- The Doctor thinks that it is 1904.
- The Doctor thinks that the statue of Hermione is a Weeping Angel.
to be added
- The Doctor compares Paulina to Julius Grayle when mistakenly believing she too is keeping a Weeping Angel behind a curtain. (TV: The Angels Take Manhattan)