Requirements: • Introduction:  Introduce the character, writing as the character

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Requirements: • Introduction:  Introduce the character, writing as the character.  You are now that person. What are his/her likes and dislikes, problems, hopes, fears, goals? What do you imagine this character looks like, sounds like, and dresses like? Why might your character want to create a diary? • Two diary entries. Diary entries: For each of the entries, you will pick from the following list of topics. Although you  must stay within the limits of what the text says about the character, you are free to use  your imagination to fill in the gaps. If you wish, you may also illustrate your entries. You  may not repeat any topic.   Specific Diary Topics:  Pick a specific scene. How does your character feel that he/she contributes to this scene? What are his or her actions and why? Also, explain how your character is relating to other characters on stage at this time. What is something surprising about your character? Discuss this from his/her point of view. What happened today in the life of your character? Have your character write a letter to another character. Write down a quote from your character and have your character write in response to what he or she said. Have your character write a poem or a song. What is your character feeling as a result of his/her actions? What music or television shows might your character enjoy listening to or watching? Why? Have your character talk about how he or she has changed throughout the play. Choose from the following conflicting aspects that Shakespeare uses throughout the play and discuss how your character demonstrates both sides: ambition/duty,       bravery/fear, strength/uncertainty, good/evil, and fair/foul. Format All entries must be at least a page long, double-spaced.  Some of the topics  that you write about will require more length in order to give a full and reflective        response.   All entries must be written in character.  You do not have to use Elizabethan English, but your writing must address that you know this character and are this character Matters of choice and convention will also be marked. -Each diary entry should be 350-400 words -2 diary entries

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