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So here’s the question: why does he make so much of these powers and why does he decide to give them up? In what way does magic ensure that the romance plot reaches its desired end? The three critics you MUST read—Orgel, Hulme and Skura—have theories about his magic and the purpose that it serves in this play. What are they? Which theory do you find most satisfying? It could be that you don’t find any of these descriptions satisfying. Perhaps these critics have missed something important. If that is the case, what have they missed? Your mission is to write a reasoned, reasonable account of this speech and its place in the play, USE QUOTES and CITE PLEASE. Must be 1500 words or more. THANK YOU!!!

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