Nothing Will Come Of Nothing

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  1. Nothing will come of nothing You will gain nothing if you invest nothing. This saying is spoken by the title character in the play King Lear, by William Shakespeare. King Lear is telling his daughter Cordelia that she will gain no favors from him if she does not make elaborate speeches saying she loves him.
  2. Mar 05,  · Directed by Matt Carter. With Mark Benton, Jo Joyner, Patrick Walshe McBride, Amber Aga. The team investigate the disappearance of a local lothario from a casino run by two eccentric sisters/10(2).
  3. nothing comes of nothing Nothing comes into being without something causing or compelling it. I just don't understand—something has to be causing this severe malaise. Nothing comes of nothing, after all.
  4. "Nothing can come of nothing: speak again." King Lear (I, i, 92) Old King Lear has decided to retire and divide his kingdom among his three daughters. They are required to come forward .
  5. Nothing will come of nothing. This line means that it is definite that we cannot evolve anything from where there is nothing as nothing represents that there is no thing. If we do not make any efforts, we cannot expect any good result for our endeavor. This line .
  6. Showing page 1. Found sentences matching phrase "Nothing will come of it.".Found in 51 ms. Translation memories are created by human, but computer aligned, which might cause mistakes. They come from many sources and are not checked. Be warned.
  7. Nothing will come of nothing. Speak again. LEAR. Come on, “nothing” will get you nothing. Try again. CORDELIA. Unhappy that I am, I cannot heave. My heart into my mouth. I love your majesty. According to my bond, no more nor less. CORDELIA. I’m unlucky. I don’t have a talent for putting my heart’s feelings into words.
  8. The Fool asks if Lear can "make no use of nothing," to which Lear says, "nothing can be made out of nothing"—a very similar statement to his earlier "nothing will come of nothing.
  9. May 30,  · Originally screened as part of the NT Live broadcast, this short film gives an insight into Sam Mendes's production of King Lear with Simon Russell Beale in the title role. Discover more.