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"They have their entrances and their exits". When actors come onto the stage so the audience can see them, it is called an entrance; when they leave the stage it is an exit. (We use the same words to describe a way in and a way out as well). Jaques is comparing the life of a person to a performance by an actor ("All the men and women merely players"), and as an actor has an entrance onto the stage, so people have an entrance into their lives: they are born. Just as an actor has an exit, so do people: they die.
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Exit - Death. Entrances - Life. Or the beginning and end of different stages of their life
What do you mean by this lines all men and women are merely players they have their exits and their their entrances?
The players here means like those players in theatres, and they are comparing the people to the players. So when they have their entrances, they means that they are born… in the earth and when they have their exists, they are dying and leaving the earth. Which also means that the players would comeback to the earth, just like when they comeback to the stage.
It is from the comedy As You Like It.
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Janus, after whom January is named.
An entrance is something you go through and an exit is something you leave through :)
"Exit" means that a character's part has finished for the moment and they leave the stage. "Exit right" means they leave by the right side facing the stage, and "exit left" vi…ce versa. "Enter" is just the opposite. It means the character comes on stage to enter the scene.
This is not an exact analogy, although entrance can be considered the opposite of exit. The "opposite" of minute (small) would be large, big, or huge.
it means a man have seven stages in the mans life that are 1. infancy 2. childhood 3. adulthood 4. soldier 5. justice 6. oldage 7. second childhood
The similarity is that they r both doors.Good answer?
"creeping like snail", "sighing like furnace", and "bearded like the pard".
Picture the doorway of your classroom. If you leave the hall ( exit) you enter the classroom and if you leave the classroom you enter the hallway( entrance). It means that the…re are always possibilities! If you exit a relationship, it's now possible to enter a new one.