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How is Beatrice's relationship with Benedick. The quote is: 'A bird of my tongue is better than a beast of yours.'
Can someone please give me a Peter/PEEA paragraph which deeply analyses this quote, gives an explanation and the effect which it has on the reader.
If anyone can answer this i will be very thankful, i have an english test tomorrow and im finding it hard to analyse this quote.
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Unfortunately I would need a lot more context to really understand the quote, just that snippet isn't really enough. What are your own overall thoughts about Beatrice's relationship with Benedick? How are your own theories and ideas reflected in that quote?
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Beatrice says this to benedick and they are bickering with each other.
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