In lines 1 - 158, how does richard show deceitfulness towards his nephews? How should he say these things, (directors notes), really baffled!
You're asking about the first scene, correct?
The core of his deceit is that he feels one thing and expresses another. Therefore, start with the very first lines, when he is alone and describing what he's saying. Imagine him lingering over the poison of his complaints and spitting the lines out. He's jealous. He's angry. He's spiteful—and some of this comes from his body, and how he sees it. He describes himself " Deform'd,...
(The entire section contains 236 words.)
check Approved by eNotes Editorial