2This powerpoint is designed to help you review for the upcoming test This powerpoint is designed to help you review for the upcoming test. Use your class assignments and notes to answer the following questions.
25Why does Don Pedro support Claudio’s public shaming of Hero?
26Who supports Hero and offers a plan to help her?
27Why is it necessary in the plan for Hero to seem to die?
28Benedick supports Leonato’s family after Hero has been accused Benedick supports Leonato’s family after Hero has been accused. 1- Why does he do this? 2-How does he show his support – [What does he say he will do?]
29What makes Claudio realize that he wrongly accused Hero?
30What penance does Leonato set for Claudio for falsely accusing Hero?
31What is Dogberry’s and Verges’s key role in the play?
32Why is it important that Dogberry brings to light the treachery of Borachio and Don John?
33What happens at the chapel at the end of the play What happens at the chapel at the end of the play? [Who gets married (two couples) and who gets arrested?]
34What is the effect of mentioning Don John at the very end of the play?
36Who states: “Why, he is the prince’s jester: a very dull fool; …his gift is in devising impossible slanders: none but libertines delight in him; …for he both pleases men and angers them, and then they laugh at him and beat him.”
37“Nature never framed a woman’s heart of prouder stuff than that of Beatrice. Disdain and scorn ride sparkling in her eyes. Her wit values itself so highly that to her all matters else seems weak: she cannot love.”
38“If thou dost love fair Hero, cherish it, and I will break with her and with her father, and thou shalt have her.”
39“No, the world must be peopled “No, the world must be peopled. When I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married.”
40“Lady, as you are mine, I am yours: I give away myself for you and dote upon the exchange.”
41“Cupid is no longer an archer: his glory shall be ours, for we are the only love-gods.”
42“If it proves so, then loving goes by haps: some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps.”
43“I love you with so much of my heart that none is left to protest.”
44“I will live in thy heart, die in thy lap, and be buried in thy eyes.”
45“I have deceived even your very eyes:…how your brother incensed ne to slander the Lady Hero, …how you disgraced her, when you should marry her: my villany they have upon record: which I had rather seal with my death than repeat over to my shame. The lady is dead upon mine and my master’s false accusation…”
46“By noting of the lady I have mark’d… a thousand innocent shames in angel whiteness… in her eye there hath appear’d a fire, to burn the errors that these princes hold against her maiden truth.”
47“Our watch, sir, have indeed comprehended [apprehended] two a[u]spicious [suspicious] persons.”
48“I say thou has belied mine innocent child; thy slander hath gone through and through her heart and she lies buried with her ancestors.”
49“One Hero died defiled, but I do live, And surely as I live, I am a maid.”
50The Language [Refer to your vocabulary sheet for definitions The Language [Refer to your vocabulary sheet for definitions. The following are examples of the literary techniques being used.]
51Foil- Benedick-Claudio Beatrice-Hero Don Pedro-Don John
52Malapropism- Dogberry constantly mixes up his words, creating the comic relief in the play. “Thou wilt be condemned into everlasting redemption [perdition] for this.”
53Metaphor- Claudio-“Can the world buy such a jewel Metaphor- Claudio-“Can the world buy such a jewel?” Benedick-“She speaks poniards.”
54Onomatopoeia- The word sounds the way it is spelled Onomatopoeia- The word sounds the way it is spelled. Buzz, smack, zoom, splash, spray, sprinkle, squirt, drip, drizzle
55Oxymoron- “Not ‘til a hot January” “I will devise brave punishments”
56Paradox- “What life is in that, to be the death of this marriage?
57Poetic Justice- Both Don John and Borachio are brought to justice at the end of the play. Borachio – “I had rather seal with my death than repeat over to my shame.” Benedick will “devise brave punishments” for Don John
58Pun- At the memorial service, Don Pedro states, “the wolves have prey’d.” What does this pun refer to? Don Pedro and Claudio attacked Hero at the wedding, like wolves attacking their prey. Don Pedro and Claudio are wolves [having attacked Hero] and are now praying at her memorial service.
59Pun [Example #2]- How is ‘nothing’ [noting] used as a pun in the title of the play, Much Ado About Nothing [noting]? 1-The plot revolves around an event that never actually happened, ‘nothing’. 2-Nothing [noting] also refers to romantic relationships. There are several romantic relationships in the play.
60Raillery- Don Pedro, Claudio, and Leonato tease Benedick about being in love with Beatrice.
61Simile- Benedick speaks of Beatrice… “I stood like a man at a mark, with a whole army shooting at me.” “If her breath were as terrible as her terminations, there were no living near her.”
62Soliloquy- Benedick is by himself in the orchard thinking about love and marriage. He speaks his thoughts aloud.