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    Angry Timon Of Athens Question # 2

    "O you gods! Is yond despised and ruinous man my lord? Full of decay and failing? O monument and wonder of good deeds evily bestowed! What an alteration of honour has desp'rate want made!

    From this passage, how is Timon described?

    1.Formerly passive, now violent.
    2.Formerly esteemed, now reviled
    3.Formerly wealthy, now destitute
    4.Formerly complacent, now melancholy

    I have absolutely no idea here. I'm glad that this homework is just practice but it's practice for a test that will be, sadly, exactly similar.

    Any help would be most appreciated.
    Last edited by Bookworm5589; 17-Jul-2012 at 23:58.

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