ENG 210 Primary Text Analysis 1

ENG 210 Primary Text Analysis 1 - Whiting 1 Tori Whiting...

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Whiting 1 Tori Whiting Geoffrey Johns ENG 210-08 19 September 2011 Sifting through the Grey Are the answers in life really only black and white? Is there only good and bad or is there a grey area whose answers and decisions are just as legitimate as the answers that are “clear?” Acts two and three of Measure for Measure , propose this question over and over again through the actions of the characters. The characters vividly deal with the choice between right and wrong and the barrier between what is black and what is white. Isabella serves as the first example. Lucio convinces Isabella to go to Angelo and convince him to free her brother. “‘Why all the souls that were were forfeit once,/ And He that might the vantage best have took/ Found out the remedy. How would you be/ If He which is the top of judgment should/ But judge you as you are?’” (II.2.97-101). Isabella challenges Angelo’s knowledge of right and wrong just as we challenge our own knowledge of such things every day. Under these circumstances, does right and wrong get set aside when it comes to the well-being of
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENG 210 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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ENG 210 Primary Text Analysis 1 - Whiting 1 Tori Whiting...

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