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2) Your knowledge of the particular developments of plot, characterisation or theme occurring at that place in the set book. • (3) Your understanding of the connections between the passage and developments of plot, character or theme, both in the immediate context and in the set book as a whole. • ( 4) Your understanding of the meaning of the passage, as a whole and in detail. 23 • (5) Your understanding of the writer's intentions, as revealed by the passage; and your appreciation of how the writer's use of language in the passage helps to achieve those intentions.
30 So it is that we read this ridiculous letter with double vision, simultaneously seeing Casaubon as he really is and Casaubon as he seems to Dorothea. Even as we contemptuously dismiss him as a preposterous pretender, we recognise his power over her eager, idealistic soul, which is 'possessed by the fact that a fuller life was opening before her'. She believes that she will 'live continually in the light of a mind that she could reverence'. It is folly, of course - desperate folly. But it is a triumph of George Eliot's art that we do not withdraw our sympathy from a girl whose illusions are so great and whose consequent misery is so predictable.
Aided by Borachio, he persuades Don Pedro and Claudio that Hero is unchaste. They denounce her at the altar and leave her lying, apparently dead, in the church where she and Claudio should have married. ). Hero is not dead. Claudio is suitably sorry for his 'mistake', and the wedding takes place after all. Even as one plot development ends in this passage, another begins. Beatrice, Leonato's niece and ward, plays a prominent part in this scene. Indeed, she and Benedick are the leading characters and the centre of interest in the whole play - which was often referred to as 'Beatrice and Benedick'.