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What does the quote 'a bird of my tongue is better than a beast of yours' mean and what effect does it have on the readers?????
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implies she can easily be nasty whereas he cannot be as nasty as her, even with his nastiest words. the metaphor compares the bird and beast, which emphasises to the reader just how easily she can be nasty
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it’s been a long time since i read it, i’m assuming this is what beatrice says to benedick
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