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Rappaccinis Daughter The death of Beatrice was a result of many factors Many of the characters have a possibility of being the direct cause of her decease However there are those more responsible for her death than others Professor Pietro Baglioni was to blame for her physical death On the other hand Beatrices father Dr Rappaccini was solely responsible for sealing her doom Professor Pietro Baglioni played a significant role in ending Beatrices life Baglioni watched Guasconti Giovanni closely observing the dangers that threatened him Baglioni recognizes the dangers of Beatrice and her fathers horrible experiments Thou hast fallen into fearful hands Hawthorne 649 Professor Baglioni worried for Giovanni and he knew what had to be done in order to save him At first the best plan was to persuade Giovanni to leave the house immediately However that plan would fail because Giovanni had already fallen too deeply Baglioni knew of only one other way He intended to cure Beatrice and Giovanni of the poison from Rappaccinis experiments Baglioni offered Giovanni an antidote that would treat the toxin Not knowing that the antidote was fatal Giovanni gave it to Beatrice A sip from the tiny bottle and she passed away So the powerful antidote was death Hawthorne 659 Professor Baglioni used Giovanni to cure Beatrice which was to kill her and spoil Dr Rappaccinis experiment Dr Rappaccini served a crucial role in the death of his daughter as well He had sealed her doom from when he first began to raise her Dr Rappaccini loved science incessantly He probably loved his work more than any thing else on earth even his own daughter He cares infinitely more for science than for mankind Hawthorne 645 Dr Rappaccini cherished science so much that he put his daughter at the same level as his plants In fact Dr Rappaccini considered one of his plants to be Beatrices
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