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Richard III

Summary: Essay highlights how Richard changed from the beginning, middle and end of the play "Richard III" by Shakespeare.
During the play, Richard, also called the duke of Gloucester, changed from how he was in the beginning- evil to finally a man with a conscience in the end. For these changes to occur, however, he had to go through a series of happenings and it also depended on his condition.

To begin with, in the beginning, Richard is a very deformed man. For this reason he feels very unloved and hateful towards others. He is a villain who manipulates others by sweet talking them. For example, he woos Lady Anne with his words even though he killed her husband. Being polite, he disguises himself as a friend to everyone. In the beginning of the play, he says it himself that, "I am determined to prove a villain." He will let no one stop him, even if it means having them executed, he will get his way, and...

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