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Justice is an important institution in any well governed community. Explain the truth of the above assertion with reference to Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle (20mks)
Human weaknesses affect characters negatively. Explain the truth of the above assertion with reference to Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle (20mks)
Points of interpretation
The following must come out clearly;
WVI. Natela’s hatred for the poor. She undermines Grusha during the court case feeling that Grusha is too poor to keep the child.
Discuss the consequences of Fighting and war in any society with evidence from Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle.
Fighting and war in any society has far reaching consequences. During war people’s normal lifestyle/ way of living is disrupted and there is a lot of destruction of property and lives. Bertolt Bretch has shown how war affects people in his play, The Caucasian Chalk Circle.
The society depicted in The Caucasian Chalk Circle is one that ignores important issues and gives priority to less serious ones leading often with disastrous consequences. Discuss the validity of the statement with illustrations from the play.
Introduction: May be General or Specific
Many people ignore the important things that matter in their lives and instead pay attention to useless things that don’t add value to their lives often leading to dire consequences. This is true of characters in the play like Natella Abashwili, the governor and others as discussed below.
Aniko and Lavrenti
“ What there is shall go to those who are good for it”. With illustrations from the play the caucasian chalk circle, write an essay in support of this statement.
i) In the prologue, the valley is given to the fruit governors
Drawing illustrations from what Grusha goes through in order to save and adopt Michael, write an essay on the challenges of being a good person in a rotten society
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