poisonousness


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Hawthorne's interest in inoculations and their consequences is considered to be a possible source while writing the contamination of the flower's poisonousness in "Rappaccini's Daughter".
As for the exhalations, Giovanni notices Beatrice's poisonousness when she gazes at the insect fluttering about her head.
In his first human test of the possible poisonousness of heavy water, discovered in America in 1931, Prof.
Sometimes the words represent the narrator's denial of the reality of Beatrice's poisonousness as he tries to debunk Giovanni's observations, which ultimately prove empirically correct yet insufficient to cope with the moral and emotional issues raised.