To what entend is the behaviour of Richard III due to dysfunctional family relationship?

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Richard III dominates the play. The first three acts reveal a character who is self-centred, irreligious, ruthless, vindictive, cruel, hypocritical, blasphemous and lacking any moral scruples in his eager search for power. He possesses a ferocious intellect, has vast reserves of energy, and delights in concealing his secret and evil plans.

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To what entend is the behaviour of Richard III due to dysfunctional family relationship?Richard III dominates the play. The first three acts reveal a character who is self-centred, irreligious, ruthless, vindictive, cruel, hypocritical, blasphemous and lacking any moral scruples in his eager search for power. He possesses a ferocious intellect, has vast reserves of energy, and delights in concealing his secret and evil plans. In his opening speech Richard tells us he is "determined to prove a villain." This is pretty straightforward. Richard is announcing that he has made a decision and is

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