Richard III, too, is delightful as the whimsical comedian who stops a funeral to make love to the corpse’s widow; but when, in the next act, he is replaced by a stage villain who smothers babies and offs with people’s heads, we are revolted at the imposture and repudiate the changeling.
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Shakespeare’s play, Richard III, is an unflattering depiction of his reign.
She’s a court lady in Richard III, and she’s the chief nun in Measure for Measure.