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Villainy and scheming combine with humor and sparkling wordplay in Shakespeare’s comedy of manners. Claudio is deceived into believing that Hero, is unfaithful. Meanwhile, Benedick and Beatrice have “a kind of merry war” between them, matching wits in repartee. Their friends’ schemese lead each to think that the other is in love, which allows the true affection between them to blossom.
Characters: Hero, Benedick, Beatrice, Claudio, Don John
Keywords: mistaken identity, false death
Critical sites about Much Ado About Nothing
- ‘Bringing Deformed Forth: Engendering Meaning in Much Ado About Nothing
- This essay examines the construction of meaning in Shakespeare’s play.
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: David Lucking
- From: Renaissance Forum: An Electronic Journal of Early-Modern Literary and Historical Studies v 2 no 1, Spring 1997
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