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Help students understand the use and application of imagery in William Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing.
This worksheet focuses on Act 2, Scene 1 by focusing on ten examples of direct quotes that incorporate imagery. Appeal to multiple learning styles by asking students to translate the quote into modern language, identify any literary devices used in the quote, describe the image conjured in the mind of the audience, and illustrate that picture.
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