Richard III. Lesson 6. Political intrigue. Betrayal Duplicity Treachery Treason Back-stabbing Fear Arrogance Ignorance Paranoia Oblivion. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.
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Summarise your knowledge of Richard III in relation to these two proverbs.
In Richard III, Shakespeare gives us a man intent on villainy in order to acquire power. He is immediately successful at gaining allies who are of his calibre and persuasion. However, as the success raises his status, Richard finds himself caught in a world where he is fearful of challenge and must resort to execution to secure his position in his own mind. He therefore becomes isolated from his former ally, Buckingham and doomed to the fortune of other Machiavellian villains.
In this extract, how is the theme of power and
Coherent analysis of the text in relation to the question.
Appreciation of the effects of features of language in both extracts.
Creates a well-developed argument with comments and precisely
selected references to the text integrated appropriately.