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What is the meaning of a little more than kin and less than kind?

Hamlet makes the comment “a little more than kin, and less than kind” as an aside when Claudius greets him as a “son.” In saying this, Hamlet means that his uncle’s relationship with his mother is now more than a filial or brotherly kinship.

What does Hamlet mean by his very first line the aside?

[Hamlet, 1.2. 67] Hamlet says this in an aside. It means that Claudius is both his uncle and stepfather, but a bad person. 133] Hamlet says this in his first soliloquy. This is the first time he speaks about suicide, wishing that his stained (defiled) skin would just fall off his bones and decompose.

Is To thine own self be true biblical?

I commonly hear “Be true to yourself.” It’s most commonly misquoted as coming out of the Bible as “To thine own self be true.” It’s NOT in the Bible. It comes from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Sometimes we get confused about Shakespeare’s quotes because he used over 2,000 Bible verses in his writings.

Where did to thine own self be true come from?

‘To thine own self be true’ is a line from act 1 scene 3 of Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet. It is spoken by King Claudius’ chief minister, Polonius as part of a speech where he is giving his son, Laertes, his blessing and advice on how to behave whilst at university.

What is a grapevine AA meeting?

The AA Grapevine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Often referred to as our “meeting in print,” the AA Grapevine communicates the experience, strength, and hope of its contributors and reflects a broad geographic spectrum of current AA experience with recovery, unity, and service.

What is a book study?

Book Study Groups are formed to open up opportunities for books to be read and discussed by teachers with Writ- ing Project Teacher Consultants as leaders. The purpose is to bring people together to collaborate using the latest research as a springboard for teachers to benefit and improve the teaching of writing.

What is a step study?

Step Study groups are groups of codependents working through the Twelve Steps (and often the Twelve Traditions) in a structured format.