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Thematic Mind Map for Shakespeare Cafe project.

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marriage
  1. "Just, if he send me no husband, for the which blessing I am at him upon my knees every morning and evening. Lord, I could not endure a husband with a beard on his face! I had rather lie in the woolen." - Beatrice
    1. "No, I won’t take a husband until they make men out of something other than dirt. What woman wouldn’t be distressed, being lorded over by a handful of dust? Can you imagine being hitched to a lump of clay? No, uncle, I won’t be married. And anyhow, if ADAM Adam, the biblical father of mankind, is said to be made from “the dust of the ground” (Genesis 2:7). Adam is the father of all mankind, then his sons are my brothers, and really I believe that incest is a sin." -Beatrice
      1. "I just came from a great feast where Leonato is entertaining the Prince, your brother. I can give you information about an intended marriage." - Borachio
        1. "Maybe you will find a husband without a beard." - Leonato
          1. "All right, Friar Francis, let’s keep this short. Do a simple ceremony, and list all the particular duties of marriage later." - Leonato
            1. "Lady, do you come here to be married to this count? " - Friar
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