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    When we take the time to observe our community and realize the effects of our actions, there is a greater chance people will take action to improve the problem of overconsumption; which is why the Buy Nothing Day is important. It would help spread awareness of the negative effects of overconsumption on working conditions. Due to the high demand for numerous products, companies become more concerned for quick production of goods at low costs, and less concerned for working conditions. This is especially evident in U.S. companies abroad where cheaper labor is available. Foreign workers, working for Nike, Gap, or other American companies, face overbearing pressure to produce large quantities of clothes, shoes, and other products in a short…

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    Much Ado About Nothing Response Question: Describe what happens in a visual text you have studied and explain what this text made you think about. Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Kenneth Branagh, is a film adaption of William Shakespeare’s original play. In this film we watch a humorous drama unfold regarding the love lives of our main characters, which uses element of confusion and deception to . This film brought to light the different approach that the people had towards marriage and…

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    In the play, Much Ado About Nothing, miscommunication and deceit surrounds every plot point. This is ironic because another version of the title is Much Ado About Noting, which implies that the play is about getting information, eavesdropping, and writing things down. Because everything that happens is misunderstood or interpreted incorrectly, most of the characters end up over-reacting or behaving rashly, causing even more problems than there were in the first place. This still happens today in…

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    Exploring Love in Much Ado About Nothing In Much Ado About Nothing Shakespeare depicts different kinds of loving relationships - romantic love, family support and loyal friendship - and shows how various characters react to love and marriage. By exploring the effects of this powerful emotion Shakespeare highlights its universal relevance, a relevance that transcends time. The main plot of Much Ado About Nothing is that of the relationship between Claudio and Hero. Their story is a…

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    Much Ado About Nothing is predominantly classified as a romantic comedy, though its genre is quite apparent there are moments, however where the play takes a cynical turn and specific characters display cynicism, though not explicitly. The play exhibits selfish motives that prove my claim, where status play a large role in marriage, and honor (playing with status) can pressure even the strongest form of love to shatter in seconds, though despite the presence of cynicism, there is still,…

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    Benedick’s Change In William Shakespeare’s play, Mucho Ado About Nothing, the characters change throughout the play in either a negative or positive way. One of the characters that changed was Benedick. Benedick changed his attitude for women and love from the beginning of the play until the very end. At start of the play, Benedick was a character who was very witty and fond of mocking other people with elaborate jokes, comparisons, and puns. He swears he will never marry, as he is critical of…

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    Gossip in Much Ado about Nothing and in the Real World “They say the lady is fair. ‘Tis a truth, I can bear them witness. And virtuous—’tis so, I cannot reprove it. And wise, but for loving me. By my troth, it is no addition to her wit—nor no great argument of her folly, for I will be horribly in love with her.” Act 3 scene 2.Throughout the play everyone is either gossiping or overhearing someone else gossip. Gossip occurs frequently in the play. Most of the gossiping that occurs in the play is…

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    Love, Laughs, and Deception On November 19, 2015 at 8 o’clock in the evening I attended the play Much Ado About Nothing, inside of the Little Theatre at San Francisco State University (SFSU). I was able to purchase tickets online through a link from my theatre professor, there was a discounted student fee, which was $10 per ticket. I bought two tickets which was a total of $20, because my mom attended the play with me. We sat in the center of the theatre in row E, seat 110 and 111, it was…

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    Though the original connotations and presumptions associated with a title like “Much Ado about Nothing” leave much (or really anything) to be desired, in the case of this play the word “nothing” ironically holds many meanings and great thematic weight. In describing his love for Beatrice, Benedick asserts “there’s a double meaning to that” and this same principle applies in regards to the title (cite). The first interpretation outlines the obvious, asserting that many of the play’s events are…

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    In William Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing he has over twenty characters, but one stands out more than others. William Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing mainly revolves around the character Beatrice. In act 1 Beatrice is in a flirty conflict with a young lord of Padua by the name of Benedick and the conflict continues on into act 2 as Beatrice and Benedick dance together. Then in act 3, Hero Beatrice’s cousin has a plan to make Beatrice realize Benedick loves her and Benedick comforts…

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