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Much Ado About Nothing : Acts: I & II

Benedick’s Soliloquy on ideal woman: (2.3.20-27) In Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing Benedick, a romantic young Lord in Padua, is head over shoulders in love with Beatrice, Leonato’s niece. A moment ago he satirized the “fantastical” behavior of Claudius in love. As he readies himself for love, he contemplates the sterling qualities he seeks in his love lady. He desires her to be the embodiment […]

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Much Ado About Nothing: Beatrice & Benedick

Beatrice and Benedick are the two major characters in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ that provide comic relief. Their ‘merry wars’ of words and phrases as described by Leonato, are frequently throughout the play examples of Shakespeare’s magnificent ability to bring about amusement in his plays. In Act I and Act II scene I, Beatrice and Benedick are reunited after Benedick and the other soldiers return […]

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Much Ado About Nothing

‘The Jokes which society tells are a significant index of that society’s concerns and anxieties’. (M. Mangan, A preface to Shakespeare’s comedies, 1996) If this is the case what can we learn from ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ about the ‘concerns and anxieties’ of the society in which Shakespeare was living? Sir H Walpole once remarked that ‘a comedy should make us think’, Shakespeare exploits this […]

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A Comparison between Romeo and Juliet, and Much Ado About Nothing

Comparisons are great between many of Shakespeare’s works. Many comparisons can be made in lies, fights, and conflict between Romeo and Juliet, which is a tragedy, and Much Ado About Nothing, which is a comedy. After comparing them both they show these in all elements. First, characters in both plays include villains, lovers, and friends. In both pieces the topic of lies comes up many […]

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