Edmund soliloquizes about his plans to steal his brother's inheritance. How does this soliloquy influence the impact of the revelation of Edmund's plans?
It shows the importance of Edmund’s role in the play’s plot.
It creates a generous portrait of Edmund.
It makes the audience more receptive to Edmund's views.
It allows Edmund to justify himself.
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i say C
I do believe that the answer is A.
The reason why is because if he steals then you wouldn't think of him as a good person, so then C. would not be correct.
When someone is stealing you probably don't think of them as generous. So B is not correct.
I don't think that there is anywhere that says that he was justified in his actions, so D is not correct.
That leaves us with only one answer choice, answer choice A.