Murmuring Judges Act 1 Scene 1 Notes

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Murmuring Judges

Act 1 Scene 1

The reader must sympathise with Gerard so:

  • He appears to be vulnerable, puny, younger than the others, scared and looks more like a student than a criminal.
  • He is singled out from the others - he is the only one of the criminals that talks.
  • We immediately make a connection with him as he uses direct address.

Vulnerability shown through:

  • The speed it all happens: 'Stop' and 'Suddenly it's going so fast'
  • His lack of…


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