Richard III

Richard III

act I, scene I, of Richard III. What two purposes does this soliloquy serve in the opening scene? iThe answers are:

It depicts the motivations and personality of the character.

It introduces and develops the major characters of the play.

It describes a climactic point in the plot of the play.

It creates an atmosphere of hope and happiness.

It gives some background information about the plot.

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It depicts the motivations and personality of the character.