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Module A - Essay Ideas Table

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Film English-language films Theatre Ethics Richard III of England Shakespearean histories Richard III Conscience Looking for Richard Al Pacino Will Evil Pacino Richard Values Iniquity
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Film English-language films Theatre Ethics Richard III of England Shakespearean histories Richard III Conscience Looking for Richard Al Pacino Will Evil Pacino Richard Values Iniquity
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His character with its origins in the Vice of the morality plays takes perverse pleasure in deception and trickery. He delights in his demonization. In his opening soliloquy he presents us with his plans to excel in iniquity. ▪ Shakespeare takes the stereotypical Vice and imbues him with very human traits. Richard refers throughout the play to his physical shortcomings. His deformity and lack of social graces stigmatise him, and invite a modicum of understanding exposing his vulnerability and providing a partial reason for his evil actions. ‘I shall despair. There is no creature loves me, / And if I die no soul shall pity me.’ He is the malevolent outsider rejected by his own mother. Richard refers to his deformity and lack of friends throughout the play. ‘And no friends to back my suit withal/But the plain devil and dissemblin...
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