A Courtesan’s Revenge

From Weil’s text: a courtesan tells two mercenaries why she hates the Venetians, and details the bloody extent of her desired revenge … that the wives and daughters of every nobleman in the Venetian be given over to the mercenaries to be defiled in the street.

Levine: is this scene political?  In what context does it become political?

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