What is distilled Carduus benedictus?

What is distilled Carduus benedictus?

carduus benedictus = holy thistle, a medicinal herb good for the heart. With that you’ve managed to prick her with a thistle.

Is not marriage honorable in a beggar is not your lord honorable without marriage?

Of what, lady? of speaking honourably? Is not marriage honourable in a beggar? Is not your lord honourable without marriage? I think you would have me say, ‘saving your reverence, a husband:’ and bad thinking do not wrest true speaking, I’ll offend nobody: is there any harm in ‘the heavier for a husband’?

Is not marriage honorable in a beggar?

Sex and marriage are honorable things—even for a beggar, right? And isn’t your husband an honorable man? Nothing, as long as it’s the right husband with the right wife. That’s right and proper—anything else is frivolous and immoral.

What pace is this that thy tongue keeps?

Act 3 Scene 4

Original Text Modern Text
BEATRICE What pace is this that thy tongue keeps? BEATRICE Why are you talking at such a crazy clip?
MARGARET 75Not a false gallop. MARGARET It’s not a false gallop, anyway.
Enter URSULA URSULA enters.

Who said hath no man’s dagger here a point for me?

Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing

How is Leonato like this? Evidence
Honourable When Hero is accused at the altar, Leonato wishes to die. “Hath no man’s dagger here a point for me?” (Act 4 Scene 1)

Why does Beatrice say she is stuffed?

Beatrice says that Benedick may be a good soldier to a lady, but he’s likely a bad soldier to a lord (alluding to perhaps her playboy notion of him). She thinks of him as “stuffed” or pompous man. 86: Beatrice compares Benedick’s fast friendship to a disease – she hopes poor Claudio can be cured of it.

Shall I never see a bachelor of threescore again?

“Shall I never see a bachelor of threescore again?” Analysis: Claudio tells Benedick that he is in love Hero. In this line, he asks, jokingly, if he’ll ever see a 60-year-old bachelor again, since most men are so eager to get married.

What does give not this rotten orange to your friend mean?

Claudio rejects Hero at the altar by calling her a ‘rotten orange’. The phrase creates an image of something that should be fresh and delightful as ruined. The effect on the audience is that they feel sympathy for Hero, who they know to be far from ‘rotten’.

What would you with me honest Neighbour?

What would you with me, honest neighbor? What do you want from me, my good man? decerns you nearly.

Who says Prince thou art sad Get thee a wife get thee a wife?

Benedick is so fully changed from a willful cavalier into a submissive lover that he even commands Don Pedro, “Prince, thou art sad, get thee a wife, get thee a wife” (V. iv. 117). This order serves partly as a joke, but it contains a drop of melancholy.

Who refuses to marry at the beginning of the play?

Claudio refused to marry Hero because he thought that she was cheating on him. Claudio was tricked, by Don John, into thinking that Hero was cheating on him with another man.

What Claudio calls hero?

What does Claudio call Hero? He calls her a “rotten orange.” You just studied 14 terms!