Chapter 22: This chapter relates to today’s reading because Ann-Marie MacDonald does a great job of letting the audience know of Constance’s eccentricity in the opening lines of the play. The main point of this chapter is that authors often introduce important character traits as early as possible, which is exactly what MacDonald does in Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet).
Chapter 26: This chapter is about irony and how important it is in works of literature. It relates to today’s reading for the simple fact that the whole point of the story is the reversal of tragedies to comedies, which makes for plenty of irony in the reimagined piece.
Source: Foster (Any Two Chapters)