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Often, when we read and analyse a text, we have troubles when interpreting what we read. This is because these vital bits of information can be overwhelmingly tedious to comprehend and arenít very manifest. However, if a text is read meticulously, interpretations can be more potent than illustrations... displayed next 300 characters
In Making Up For Lost Time: The rewards Of Reading At Last by Richard Wolkomir discusses the importance in reading. In this story Ken Adams is a 64 man from Vermont who never learned how to read, so now he finally decides to get tutored to learn to read...
The title: Measure for Measure
? What does the title suggest about the themes or narrative?
? Have you heard the term "measure for measure" before? Where does it come from?
Read the plot synopsis
Act 1 scene 1
Read the Duke`s opening speech
? What is he saying?
? What are the Duke`s principal interests and concerns?
? Which words or phrases suggest possible themes and ideas to be developed?
? How might the Duke deliver these lines? tone of voice?
Read to line 24
? Why might the Duke appoint Angelo as his deputy and not Escalus?
? How does Escalus respond?
Read lines 27- 47
? Comment on the Duke`s attitude to Angelo ? what does he say and how does he say it?
? What is Angelo`s response to the Duke`s commission?
Read to the end of the scene
? Why is he leaving?
? What might be suggested about the Duke`s character?
? Why don`t Escalus and Angelo ask questions?
? What unanswered questions are we left with at the end of the scene? How is this dramatically effective?
Images of money and forgery echo through the play...
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