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Richard III Discussion Questions
When answering these questions, you do not have to use complete sentences. They are a
way of collecting your thoughts as you read through Acts 2 and 3. Short answers are fine. If
you arent sure of what a question is asking
-Evaluation: This scene plays a lot on the theme of trust. Macbeth trusts the witches when
they tell him that he might one day be king. And Macbeth trusts his wife when she says
that it will be possible to kill Duncan even though he
Act 4 Discussion Questions
1. In Act 4.4 Richard asks his musicians to play loud music, why?
-To drown out Elizabeth cursing him.
2. In Act 4.2 Richard says Murder her brothers, and then marry her: Uncertain way of
gain! But I am
Macbeth Discourses of Witchcraft300-328
Type your brief answers to the discussion questions below to turn them in.
Witchcraft and Prophecy 300-307
1. Whataccording to Carrolldo witches serve to define?
-They serve to define the negative si
-Women were more subservient to men in the Elizabethan Era than they are in modern
-Ophelia reflects others desires
-In her madness is the only time she can state her opinion
-Gertrude is subservient to Hamlet when he yells at her
Women and the Elizabethan Era: How Society is Changing
Women were more subservient than men in the Elizabethan Era than they are in
modern America. Many of the womans responsibilities were in the ho