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As I kept reading, I really got involved with the cadence of the language.
By way of conclusion, I would like to discuss briefly the relationships between Richard and the most important female characters in the play.
Richard cries out, "A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!" while carrying on a battle against Richmond.
This is probably my second favorite Shakespeare play so far, but this particular version was different from the other editions I've read.Published 1 month ago by kokoagogo19
They're remarkably similar in their chosen roles, Mick Jagger as rock star and Richard III as power usurper. Jagger loves to leer and to play to the audience and so does Richard. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ricardo Mio
For example, the notes that are after the play are not correct. Specifically when it is Stanley that brings news to Richard in a scene, the outline has it as a "messenger. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Red Equal
Amazing book. I encourage every body in reading it. I just could not stop reading it. It is very-well written.Published 2 months ago by Mariam