Presentation on theme: "English II, Semester 2 Ms. Aldemir. “Eaten out of house and home,” Henry IV, Part 2, Act II, Scene I Now used to refer to greedy visitors Often."— Presentation transcript:
English II, Semester 2 Ms. Aldemir
“Eaten out of house and home,” Henry IV, Part 2, Act II, Scene I Now used to refer to greedy visitors Often applied to Penelope after the suitors eat and drink all of Odysseus’ animals and wine, even though that was written before Shakespeare.
“Cruel to be kind,” Hamlet, Act III, Scene iv Title of a song by Nick Lowe (1989) “Cruel to be kind in the right measure Cruel to be kind it's a very good sign Cruel to be kind means that I love you Baby, got to be cruel, you got to be cruel to be kind”
“Knock, knock! Who’s there…?” Macbeth, Act II, Scene iii “Too much of a good thing,” As You Like It, Act IV, Scene I Too much of a good thing is a________thing. (Ex.: flies in the Koolaid) “To thine own self be true,” Hamlet, Act I, Scene iii
The plot of Hamlet: boy’s father is killed by his uncle. Boy’s uncle moves in on mom. Boy must avenge father and take father’s place.
The plot of Romeo and Juliet: Two kids from enemy families fall in love; it’s doomed from the start.
Funeral speech by Marc Antony referenced by an Iron Maiden song (1988) and a Buffy the Vampire Slayer novel “The evil that men do lives after them; / the good is oft interred with their bones…” (Act III, sc. ii)