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Q: Why has Segismund changed at the end of the play?
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Why did Basilio lock Segismund in the tower?

he interpreted bad omens at Segismund's birth: his mother had a dream, she died in childbirth, and there was an eclipse

Why is segismund freed from the tower in Act 3?

Segismund is freed from the tower in Act 3 because the prophecy that foretold his rise to power and eventual downfall is starting to come true, prompting the King to release him. The King hopes to test the extent of Segismund's abilities and character, and to potentially secure a successor to the throne.

How was the relationship between Brutus and Cassius changed since the beginning of the play?

In the Begining of the play they were fine with eachother, toward the end of the play thye end up fighting because cassius thought that brutus thought that he was wrong, so in the end they were not close any more they changed dramatically over the time of the play.

Why does segismund behave so badly during his first time at court?

He is overwhelmed with freedom and the new sensory experiences

How do Elizabeth proctor feel about the affair?

How Elizabeth proctor felt about her husband's affair changed throughout the play. Towards the end of the play she became increasingly accepting of it.

Can a play be changed after purchasing the rights and material to that play?


What is the ISBN of Play to the End?

The ISBN of Play to the End is 9780593047606.

When was Play to the End created?

Play to the End was created in 2004.

When was End Play created?

End Play was created in 1975.

How many pages does Play to the End have?

Play to the End has 369 pages.

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