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Richard The Third, Transitions - 1300 Words

How the character of Richard the third, transitions to other stories character’s As we had seen, in the play of Richard the third how Richard is treated throughout the play either by alliances or foes we see the many reasons why that they seem to effect Richard. Either in his rule or treatment of others, the treatment from himself and the treatment he receives from other, and how he acts towards himself and others for his wants and needs. Throughout the play, Richard had always found ways to get rid of those in his way and manipulate due to not only power but for revenge. From the very begging in Richard’s speech he speaks about his deformities, mistreatment from his family and others, and his poor sufferings. In His speech in act 1 scene 1 he said (Shakespeare, William. Richard the Third. â€Å"Why, I, in this weak piping time of peace, have no delight to pass away the time, unless to see my shadow in the sun and descant on mine own deformity.†) Here in this sta tement we see how Richard starts to plan his attack on those around him not only in the play we see this, also countless other things. Like in such stories like The Hungry Artist and The Old Man with Enormous Wings the reader is given a sort of feeling of sympathy for the man characters as they are often mistreated and jeered at, at the most part don’t really have a choice to be the way that they are (except for the story of The Hungry Artist, although it was a way of â€Å"living†), and how the characters find ways toShow MoreRelatedThe And Of The United States Resolution Agreement And Release1145 Words   |  5 PagesWhereas, the parties to this resolution agreement and release (â€Å"Agreement†) are Nikki Anne Richard (hereafter referred to as â€Å"Mrs. Richard† or â€Å"Guardian†) and Donald Jones (hereafter referred to as â€Å"Mr. Jones† or â€Å"Parent†), individually and on behalf of student, G’onna Jones (hereafter referred to as â€Å"G’onna† or â€Å"Student†) and the Beaumont Independent School District (hereafter referred to as BISD or District) (collectively referred to as â€Å"Parties†); Whereas, certain disputes exist concerningRead MoreRichard Wright s Impact On Society1375 Words   |  6 PagesUndoubtedly, Richard Wright was a patient who was anything but stagnant. 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