Richard III Act 3
Act III, Scene 1
1. What kind of a ruler would the young prince have made if he had survived to rule?
2. What are two examples of Richards sinister asides foreshadowing the death of the boys? How do these
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121 Midterm Essay
Due Oct 31 at noon in your TAs mailbox (HL 401) and by turnitin.
In 4-5 pages or roughly 1000-1250 words, prepare an argument-driven response to one of the prompts
below or to a question of your own choosing. This paper wil
ETS 121 Introduction to Shakespeare Midterm Vocabulary
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Rejection and projection of those
things about ourselves that
Indecent; humorously obscene.
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1. All the prophecies, curses, and omens littered throughout the play also suggest a
desperate attempt to discover Gods secret providential intentions by reading outward
signs. Are we meant to believe that Richards ugliness truly denotes his inward evil?