anonymous
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Reading Shakespearean Drama. In Shakespearean drama, the resolution, or final plot stage, occurs in the last act. Look back at the chart you completed as you read. Describe the events that make up the resolution of this tragedy. Do you think this sequence of events brings the play to a satisfying conclusion? Explain. Identify Soliloquy. Identify a soliloquy in Act Five. Citing specific lines of the play, explain what you learn about the character who is speaking. Analyze Tragedy. In a tragedy, the hero or heroine usually has a character flaw that leads to his or her downfall.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you're talking about Romeo & Juliet then I suppose this site may help you with identifying a soliloquy. :) http://www.nosweatshakespeare.com/quotes/how-oft-when-men-are-at-the-point-of-death/

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