Fate, Free Will and Figurative Language

Today we explored some of Shakespeare’s very deliberate use of metaphor in Act 1, Scene 4. The resolution of this work was for the students to attempt writing a paragraph explaining the reference to the action of fate in one of Romeo’s statements.

This should be completed for homework.

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Author: Christopher Waugh

“Risk! Risk anything! Care no more for the opinions of others, for those voices. Do the hardest thing on earth for you. Act for yourself. Face the truth.” (Katherine Mansfield)

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  1. Homework: Complete Metaphor Analysis | EDUTRONIC | Mr Waugh | Year 9 English - […] If you’re still struggling to grasp the idea of metaphor, I encourage you to review the class presentation here…

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