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MonkeyNotes-Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare
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The exchange of love tokens provides a strand that connects this scene to the later scenes involving Troilus’ sleeve. In fact, a lot of the events in this scene connect to later episodes. When Troilus tells Cressida of the attraction of the Greeks, the reader knows know she will soon succumb.


This scene also marks the meeting of Diomedes and Cressida and contrasts Diomedes with Troilus. In his customary way, Troilus asks Diomedes to treat Cressida well. Troilus is irritated at what he perceives as flippancy and irreverence. It seems it is hate at first sight for Troilus and Diomedes.

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