What does Richard reveal about himself in his opening soliloquy?He wants to be a villain.He is plotting against his brothers.He hates the idle pleasures of peace time.He plans to marry his enemy's wife.
Which of the following answers describe the significance of Richard's comment:
How does Lady Anne respond to Richard's proclamation of love for her?
Which of the following statements about the passage, below, are correct?What? Were you snarling all before I came,Ready to catch each other by the throat,And turn you all your hatred now on me?