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    During the the play of Much Ado About Nothing you are shown how love will prevail against all odds. This is shown through Hero and Claudio who are madly in love but claudio is scared of asking her father for her hand so Don Pedro tells Claudio that he is willing to help him find and keep his true love by asking Hero's father for her hand and also ask Hero if she is willing to marry Claudio. When Don Pedro does this he greatly helps the two lovers and are ready to marry with the blessing of Leonato

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    When star-crossed lovers of all discomposure and morbidness put aside, a man to say these venerated words “There is nothing in the world that I love as much as you.” When a woman meets her terminal ruination and divulge, “I love you with so much of my heart that none of it is left to protest with.”A book says it all, (PG 173) this play tells a tale of a hero, Claudio in love with a matron, Hero, while the hero’s best friend, Benedick falls for Hero’s cousin, Beatrice. Benedick uttered those scarcely

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    Shakespeare’s use of metaphors throughout “Much Ado About Nothing” helped us better understand the depth to the characters. This was especially true for the hilarious couple Beatrice and Benedict. In the beginning, it seemed as though they would never get along. However, as they continue to bicker, the reader begins to pick up on the playful- flirty nature of the bickering. Shakespeare’s use of metaphors makes this particularly apparent, and quite entertaining. We can see that Beatrice and Benedict

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    It is commonly thought that love is one of the most sacred feelings one can possess. In the book Much Ado About Nothing, it is evident that Hero and Claudio are not in love, if you loved someone you wouldn’t get married after only a day of knowing each other and you would take more time than just a few days to get over the other’s death. However, Beatrice and Benedick are in love, they had a past relationship and they confessed their love for the other in a secret letter. Firstly, Hero and Claudio

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    Each of the main characters in Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing, shows to be the victim of deception, and it is because they are deceived that they act in the ways that they do. It is the deceptions involving Beatrice and Benedict which provides the play’s dramatic focus, although the central deception is directed against Claudio in an attempt to destroy his relationship with Hero. Nearly every character within the play at some point has to make inferences from what he or she sees, has

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    Deception Trickery and deceit are central themes in Much Ado About Nothing By William Shakespeare. Throughout the comedy, all deceptions lead to love in a way. Beatrice and Benedick get tricked into falling in love, Claudio was tricked into believing Hero was a lady of evening, and Claudio was tricked into “marrying” Beatrice. This comedy is a whirlwind of betrayal, however it somehow leads to love and romance. Count Claudio falls in love Leonato’s daughter Hero and confesses his love for her to

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    In “Much Ado about Nothing” William Shakespeare proves the importance of honor through his use of symbolism, tone, and allusions. Shakespeare proves that honor is imperative multiple times throughout the play with symbolism. For example, clothing alludes to social status; however, clothing also relates to the characters’ love lives and connections to one another. Such as at the end, after everything had fallen apart, Beatrice had stuck by her cousin, and her loyalty shows through their identical

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    Much Ado About Nothing as an Exploration of Conformity     In Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice and Benedict rant about marriage for most of the beginning of the play, while Claudio raves about how wonderful it will be being married to Hero.  Yet in the end, Claudio exchanges his marriage to Hero for an opportunity to bash her in public, while Beatrice and Benedick marry despite that they were mortal enemies for most of the first three acts.  How did the situation swing around

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    Questioning Marriage in Much Ado About Nothing     Much Ado About Nothing raises many important issues concerning the institution of marriage. Perhaps Shakespeare's purpose in writing this play was to question the existing approach to relationships and marriage. Shakespeare reveals the faults of the process through the characters of Hero and Claudio and also Hero's father, Leonato. Shakespeare also may be suggesting an alternative approach to marriage and relationships through the characters

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    Human nature is often considered in isolation from the rest of the world as if it would be an exception or a special case. In Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing, the complexities of human nature are explored in depth. This essay will explore in particular how Shakespeare dramatises the concepts of human misunderstandings, deception and dichotomy through effective dramatic techniques. Shakespeare has demonstrated the ramifications of human nature that have arisen through the misunderstandings of

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