What would you like to do?
What does Crispin conclude with Bear after eavesdropping on his conversation with John Ball?
She is trying to know if your talking about her or not. Because she wants to know if you like her! but the tricky thing about this is does she like you. so take it to another …level when you know she is eavesdropping include her!
Discuss the functions of conversation gossip and overhearing or eavesdropping in Much Ado About Nothing Use examples to support your assertions?
Eavesdropping is one of the biggest actions that can make or break somebody's decision. There are different occurrences when eavesdropping can occur. The most obvious one …is when someone hides, and they listen to conversations that someone else is having. Another way is when someone uses someone else for the information that is wanted. A lot of drama occurs when people eavesdrop, especially in books and plays. In William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, it is shown through characterization, symbolism, and foreshadowing that eavesdropping can lead to misinterpretation of reality. There are two characters whose actions show that they are eavesdropping on other characters conversations. These characters include Benedick and Beatrice. The whole theory behind this eavesdropping is so that they can hear the gossip that is being said about them. For example, Benedick overhears Don Pedro and Leonato talking. He hears them say something about himself and Beatrice, so he decides to hide behind some trees in the garden and eavesdrop. The same occurrence happened to Beatrice, except that she overheard Hero and Ursula. She also overheard them in the garden, but instead of hiding behind the trees, she hid behind a statue. By Benedick and Beatrice hiding, they hear some things that are not true. In order for someone to eavesdrop, they have to be in the vicinity of the conversation. Benedick was, in fact, near the conversation of Don Pedro and Leonato. He was hiding behind some trees. This whole conversation was planned out by Don Pedro. He intentionally had Leonato talk to him about his own niece, Beatrice. Knowing that Benedick was hiding, in Act II scene iii, Don Pedro talks to Leonato in a loud voice about Beatrice's love for Benedick. He says it in a loud voice so that Benedick can hear every word. This was just so that Benedick would admit his love for Beatrice. While the two men were talking, Don Pedro asks Leonato if his "niece Beatrice was in love with Signoir Benedick" (III. ii. 96-97). Leonato did in fact agree with Don Pedro. Even though Benedick did not want to marry anyone, after the conversation he heard, he rethought about his theory. Considering Benedick has rethought about his theory of marriage, it does not mean that what he has heard is fully true; therefore, the reality could be that Beatrice really does not love him. On the other hand, Beatrice is acting in the same way that Benedick does. She is in the garden, and she is eavesdropping on Hero and Ursula. In Act III, scene i, Hero and Ursula, one of Hero's servants, are talking about Benedick's love for Beatrice. This conversation was also a planned conversation, so that Beatrice can also confess her love for Benedick. The scene originally begins with Hero and Ursula talking. As the conversation continues, Hero notices Beatrice approaching. She then gives Ursula the cue. Once Ursula has received it, she begins to speak in a loud voice, praising Benedick. She also asks Hero in a loud voice, "
They entered with Crispin playing his fife and Bear juggling. They went to the village priest after causing a scene and Bear got down on his knees and said that Crispin was hi…s son and that they'd been traveling for a long time.
Bear does not believe that you need an artifact like a lead cross or prayers to be close to God and that all you need is the cross in your heart
Because Bear told him that he will find freedom if he loses his sorrows.
That would depend on your own moral and ethical grounds. Personally i would say no.
John and Bear don't think that it is fair that people rule over people by force.
to see the town of great wexly. All he wants to do is be free and see other things this city has to offer him
John Aycliffe and his soldiers are on "high alert" to find Crispin and Bear.
he likes you but is very nosy
the pipe how to juggle to sing and dance
by finding him in a valley
That he is Lord Furnival's son :)
Crispin was like a son to Bear. Bear loved Crispin like a friend and like the son he never had. Crispin tried to protect Bear, just as Bear tried to protect Crispin.
Because the steward was looking for him.
Bear teaches Crispin to play music, read, and Bear gave Crispin food.