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    Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing. Shakespeare uses these plays to communicate to his audiences that sometimes in order to find the truth you have to use trickery and manipulation; thus creating the idea that deception can be evil or harmless depending on the circumstances and the intentions of those who are trying to decieve. Hamlet elucidates the dangers that deception can provoke in relationships and shows the consequences of lying. Shakespeare shows his tangled opinions about deception throughout

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    famous have been passed down through generations and readers all over the world still relate to it through love or comedy. Two works that capture timelessness and universality are “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” written by John Donne and Much Ado About Nothing written by William Shakespeare. What often draws people to literature is raw emotion. “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” perfectly fits the raw emotion and timelessness with true love. This poem by John Donne captivates readers’ imaginations

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    Shakespeare love writing about women as a heroine with great features, strength of spirit, sense of independence, and a great way to speak, and about men that let him go for the heart, braves, romantic, strong and hard working. Shakespeare try to enhance in all his plays these features of the men a women on a scene of be in love with some kinds of complication “Love goes by haps; Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps” Much Ado About Nothing – Act 3, Scene 2. In Romeo and Juliet, he show

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    his death in 1616 at the age of fifty-two, his work became some of the most reputable works of all time. They have been enjoyed as timeless classics to this day. The works I have chosen to compare are Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing, both of

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    when we recognize it but we hate it. However, Comedy is the acceptance of absurdity. By examining the works of Much Ado about Nothing, Dr. Horribles Sing Along Blog, and Candide we can see that only through comedy do we make ourselves the superiors of absurdity and therefore we need tragedy to keep the balance between laughter and torment sustainable. In the version of John Whedons, ‘much ado’ parts of tragedy are combined with elements of comedy, which makes this version an acceptable light comedy

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    Beatrice from 'Much ado About Nothing also revolts against the inequality between men and women, “Not till God make men of some other metal than earth. Would it not grieve a woman to be overmaster'd with a piece of valiant dust? to make an account of her life to a clod of wayward

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    personalities of the characters, fitting them into their roles in the story. In Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, the character foil between Don Pedro and Don John in Much Ado About Nothing highlights the qualities between them. This also influences the conflict resulting in the plot, concerning Claudio and Hero. In other words, the qualities of Don Pedro, perhaps including helpful, experienced,

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    Italian town of Messina in William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, the young Claudio and Hero plan to get married as soon as possible. That is, until Claudio is fed false information that Hero is not a virgin and slanders her at the altar. During the Elizabethan era when this play was written, most female roles and women in general were treated without respect as Hero was and were only prized on their physical characteristics. Much Ado About Nothing was an important play in the Elizabethan era

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    Throughout the Anglo-Saxon era women’s roles were overlooked, underestimated, and underappreciated. Much like how women have been treated throughout history. There are some women with strong roles that greatly influence the stories that progress the plot in the Anglo-Saxon literary works era. In the stories The Tragedy of Macbeth by Shakespeare, “The Wife of Bath’s Tale”, as well as in the film Much Ado about Nothing had examples of strong female characters. First in The Tragedy of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth was

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    First, this book talks about the sexuality of women. Back in those days, women were considered lower than men purely on the fact that medical doctors had the notion that women had the sexual organs of men but inside out (Wiesner, 56). Second, I chose to target the issues of rape in the past. Women rarely came forward to accuse a man of rape (Wiesner, 61). This leads to the thought that more women were raped than that came forward, directing

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