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Much Ado About Nothing
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All rights reserved. Clothing as a symbol of status pops up quite a bit in the play. Messina is a bustling port city, but its climate makes it agricultural as well, meaning the men returning from battle with Don Pedro would likely view Messina as a welcome respite from the battlefi This particular piece o The plot has two classic Shakespearean tip offs that this play is probably a comedy: nobody dies, and there are some marriages. It seems deliberately difficult to relate to Claudio, who is abo
All rights reserved. The uncle was so proud he burst into tears. Leonato is pleased. We guess he's saying people that enjoy being miserable are, well Translation: no one fell in love with Benedick that day. Beatrice disses Benedick some more, saying that he doesn't have wits , plural, he just has one wit left after their last encounter, and it's barely enough to make him more clever than his horse. She then starts in on the fact that Benedick tends to have a new best friend in every one of his endeavors.
Much Ado About Nothing Themes
Animated Synopsis of Love's Labour's Won (Much Ado About Nothing) - Royal Shakespeare Company
Benedick and Beatrice exchange some barbs, and the sum of their interaction is that they both hate love and will never get married. Unless they fall in love with each other and get married. Benedick is full of jokes, and thinks marriage and women are bad news, especially the two combined. Leonato goes off to prepare his daughter, Hero, for what he assumes will be a proposal of marriage from Don Pedro. The scene moves to Don John. Leonato, Hero, Beatrice, and company are getting ready for the masquerade ball after dinner.