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MonkeyNotes-Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare
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QUESTIONS:

1. Hector is the greater man, but Achilles is more effective. Discuss.

2. How is appetite a central concern of Troilus and Cressida?

3. Troilus and Cressida presents a society moving inexorably towards destruction as the audience watches. Discuss.

4. Is Cressida a daughter of the game or a victim of War?

5. The ‘love’ story and the War story are very tenuously connected. Discuss.

6. Discuss the function of Thersites and Pandarus

7. Why is Troilus and Cressida a ‘problem play’?

8. Discuss the major Themes of Troilus and Cressida

9.Ajax is a virtual symbol of division. Discuss.

10. The women in Troilus and Cressida are mere commodities. Discuss.


Compare and contrast:

Hector and Achilles; Cressida and Helen; Troilus and Diomedes; Agamemnon and Priam.

Make short notes on:

The character of Thersites; The food imagery in the play; Ulysses’ ‘degree’ speech.

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