'Subtle, false and treacherous'
Advantages: Fascinatingly evil central character
Disadvantages: Not as much depth as some of Will's other plays
Richard III is probably one of the most overtly evil of all of Shakespeare’s protagonists. The play opens with him declaring to the audience his conscious decision to be ‘a villain.’ By contrast, characters such as Macbeth seem almost ...
Amadahn 17.03.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Richard III - William Shakespeare