1. What does the Duke have to do before he leaves the city at the beginning of the book?
Before the Duke can leave his city at the beginning of the book, he has to appoint a new deputy to control the town while he is away.
2. What does the Duke say about his city at the beginning of the book?
At the beginning of the book, the Duke says that his city, Vienna, has become corrupted and full of sin, and he wants to find someone who can help him restore the values in the people.
3. What does Escalus say about the Duke's idea to appoint Angelo as the new deputy?
When the Duke asks Escalus about appointing Angelo as the new deputy, he replies that no one deserves the opportunity more because he is so full of grace and honor.
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