Touchstone: I will kill thee a hundred and fifty ways! Therefore, tremble and depart.

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  • I will kill thee a hundred and fifty ways! Therefore, tremble and depart.
    • Language
      • Hyperbole
        • A hundred and fifty ways
          • You can only kill someone once
        • Exaggeration
      • Alliteration
        • In writing, not in speech
        • Therefore, tremble
        • To emphasise threat
      • Rhyme
        • "will kill"
          • ads humour as it sounds ridiculous
    • Structure
      • Structure of rhyme
        • directly after each other
      • Two sentences
        • Second sentence summary of first one
        • First sentence is threat
    • Form
      • Exclamation mark
        • Reflects in tone of voice
          • Tone of voice can only be shown in play
          • Threatening
    • Context
      • Masculinity
        • Authorotative
        • Power
        • Possessive
          • Audrey is seen as an object to fight over
      • Threatening
        • Tone of voice
      • Death was not regarded a crime as it is today
        • People killed over more simpler things
          • Over a woman

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