Hilfe bei Shakespears "Viel Wind um Nichts?
Hallo, ich brauche ganz dringend eure Hilfe. Ich muss bis morgen (um meine Note zu retten) wissen, ob Claudio ein idealer Ehemann ist (is Claudio an ideal husband). Kann mir da vielleicht jemand bei helfen?
- 3.2.123: Without any real investigation, Claudio comes to the passionate conclusion that if he sees anything at Hero’s window that suggests he shouldn’t marry the girl, he’ll disgrace her in front of the whole congregation gathered to see them wed. (It’s not the most sensitive plan, but Claudio’s pride is wounded at the suggestion that his girl could be unfaithful.)
- 4.1.23: At his wedding day, Claudio is a drama queen. Rather than come right out with it and say Hero is disloyal and he won’t marry her, he questions everyone about whether they know any good reason why he shouldn’t marry Hero. He even asks Leonato what he could possibly give in return for such a noble gift as Leonato’s daughter. Claudio really hams it up here.
- 4.1.29: Claudio denounces Hero publicly as knowing "the heat of a luxurious bed." He says all her blushing is from guilt, not from modesty. He declares they’ve all been tricked to ignore her real sinfulness by her cunning outward appearances. Also, he calls her a rotten orange, which is not so nice.
- 4.1.48: Claudio talks to Leonato, who thinks maybe Claudio believes Hero is a ‘round the way. Leonato assumes that Hero gave up her virginity to Claudio, thinking of him as a husband already. Claudio insists that this isn’t the case, as he was completely honorable in his affections to her, like a brother to a sister, before they were wed.
Weiter geht es hier, viel Glück für morgen 🍀
Was ist denn deine Meinung zu der Frage?
Meinst du vielleicht "Viel Lärm um nichts" (Much ado about nothing)
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