“The judge was always a rascal! Now a rascal is a judge.” Write an essay in support of the statement basing your illustrations on The Caucasian Chalk Circle: By BertoltBretch
Change is good and sometimes necessary but there are times when the person who takes over an office may have undesirable qualities just like his predecessor. These are ironies of life. Azalar who is rogue takes over from a judge who was equally a crook as brought out in The Caucasian Chalk Circle, true justice is not served.
“Accept any relevant introduction” (2 marks)
“Azdak sits on the floor, glass in hand .........” (pg 82)
Pions man, empty a pitehec of wine...
Azdak is presented as a rascal in his manner of dispensing justice and character. He comes out as corrupt, dishonest and irrational. Though his era as judge is described as golden, he has glaring weaknesses, which leads to skewed justice.
“Accept a relevant conclusion” (2 marks)
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The Caucasian Chalk Circle 2
The Caucasian Chalk circle 3
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The Whale Rider - Part 3
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The River and the Source - Part 2 The River and the Source - Part 3 The River and the Source - Part 4 The River and the Source - Part 5 The River and the Source - Part 6
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