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Beatrice And Benedick's Relationship In Much Ado About Nothing

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In life issues can happen. These events can sometimes destroy relationships. In William Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing, Hero and Claudio’s relationship was fractured while Benedick and Beatrice was not. This was because Beatrice and Benedick communicated more than Hero and Claudio did, their relationship was more withstanding, and they knew each other's faults and accepted them. Beatrice and Benedick had a better relationship than Hero and Claudio because they communicated more. This can be shown by examples from the play. An example is in Act IV scene i when Beatrice had an issue and Benedick confronted her on it. They eventually came up with a resolution. Hero and Claudio rarely communicated in the play, if at all.
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