Although the main plot surrounds Claudio and Hero we are more concerned with the love-hate relationship between Beatrice and Benedick.
Right from the beginning of the play we are told by Leonato that Beatrice and Benedick take part in a “merry war” and that “there’s a skirmish of wit between them”.
It's quite amazing what can lay beyond a window and the concept behind it. We must be proud to have what we have in our countries.
Take care, Larisa Larisa, I don't think I'm creative enough for that...
Whether Benedick really does hate women or doesn’t his “tough guy” attitude will continue to make us think he does infact hate women.
December 22, 2008 at PM That sentence is going to shape my life. With this snow which I see as beauty, lays a sense of danger. It's like I have to be told, or have inspiration to write about something. I live in Canada and here some people are not always happy when the snow comes because it creates problems on the streets, you have to scrape your car, it's freezing oudoors but I see the beauty of the nature (when well dress to go outside with warm coat!
It becomes increasingly clear that they see in Hero two entirely different people.
To Claudio she is “a modest young lady,” “a jewel,” and “the sweetest lady that ever I looked on.
And I'm not going to change for something they want. The first time I experienced snow was in an Army training camp in Germany. Perhaps in politics and other contact sports, but I am not sure it applies to everyone in all walks of life.
I think that if one has not made a few enemies in life, one has not made much of an impact. I think it is nice to look at, but please, none of it L. I love the fact that you never saw snow until your army service.