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“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” Speech Shakespeare Analysis Worksheet

“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow”  Speech Shakespeare Analysis Worksheet
“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow”  Speech Shakespeare Analysis Worksheet
“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow”  Speech Shakespeare Analysis Worksheet
“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow”  Speech Shakespeare Analysis Worksheet
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“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” Speech Shakespeare Analysis Worksheet

Divide the speech into units of meaning. A unit of meaning consists of a line or lines that end with “end-stopped” punctuation such as a period, a question mark, a semi-colon, or an exclamation point. In this poem, there are _____ units of meaning.

1. In line 2, the poet uses the word “creeps”. Because of that word, what is the poet saying about time and tomorrow? _________________________________________________________

2. “Petty pace” in line 2: “Petty” means relatively unimportant, trivial or minor. Again, what is the poet suggesting about time and the pace it moves at? ________________________________
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