May 14th, 2014
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Who Is to Blame?

Earlier in the unit, you discussed the character you found most interesting from Acts 1 and 2. Now that you have read the entire play, you have all the "facts" about each character. You can now decide which character, in your opinion, is most responsible for the disastrous way things turn out. Develop your thoughts on why the character you choose bears most of the burden of guilt for the tragic deaths that end the play. Consider how the idea of haste, which is so important in the play, shapes the character's actions and decisions. Then discuss your choice, using details from the play to explain your reasoning.

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