Lord of the Flies

by William Golding

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Laura Amy Schlitz

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7. Motif 1: Really, it's noting.

Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare, 1600
Famous for: Verbal sparring, taking note, and a whole lot of little lies … some with nearly dire consequences.

As if the language in this play wasn’t confusing enough already, here’s one more tidbit to trip up your tongue. In Shakespeare’s time, Much Ado About Nothing had two pronunciations. Find out about Shakespeare’s first motif when we explore pronunciation #2 … otherwise known as Much Ado About NOTING.

 

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