Much Ado About Nothing

Love Prevails

Love Prevails

Over the course of the story, the main characters had many challenges to overcome. They had to endure betrayals and hardships. Yet throughout the story, love stayed strong and eventually, came out on top.

But What Does it Mean?

Love Prevails is the idea that love can get through any problem, and get you through that problem too. As long as you have love, nothing can stop you.

Who was affected by this theme?

"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage." -Lao Tzu

What quote from the book shows this theme?

“BENEDICK

Suffer love!--a good epithet. I do suffer love indeed, for I

love thee against my will.

BEATRICE

In spite of your heart, I think. Alas, poor heart! If you

spite it for my sake, I will spite it for yours, for I will never

love that which my friend hates.”

(5.2)

What is another book with this theme?

A Series of Unfortunate Events has the theme “love prevails”. Many people try to separate the Baudelaires, but their love for one another keeps them together and ultimately helps them survive Count Olaf's plots. In this book, however, the love is more between siblings and less between lovers.

How can we apply this theme to our lives?

We can unconditionally love our family and friends. If love prevails, it means if we stick by those we love we will come out on top. This can help us whenever we have fights and misunderstandings.

By: Sam Cashwell, Chase Jones, Jared Marino, Helen Nocito and Amiya Stevenson

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