Compare Romeo And Much Ado About Nothing

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From the homes of the richest people in the world to the poorest homeless people, love is displayed everywhere. Love is the most common theme in literature, art, music, etc. and that is because everyone can relate to it. On top of being able to love, everyone has their own sense of humor. Whether it be the most well known comedians that give you a laugh to some small joke told to you by a friend, everyone has something they find funny. Humor and love are arguably some of the strongest emotions that can be displayed. William Shakespeare historically used these two emotions to connect to his readers while writing tragedies and comedies. Two of William Shakespeare’s classic plays, Romeo and Juliet, and Much Ado About Nothing have many similarities, but also have many differences. The character Mercutio from Romeo and Juliet and the character Benedick from Much Ado About Nothing are very similar, yet very different. Shakespeare historically wrote mainly two types of plays, tragedies and…show more content…
William Shakespeare used love and humor to connect to his readers while writing his classic tragedies and comedies. Two of his classic plays Romeo and Juliet, and Much Ado About Nothing, are very alike, yet very different. The characters Mercutio, from Romeo and Juliet, and Benedick, from Much Ado About Nothing, have many similarities and many differences. Shakespeare is known as one of the best tragedy writers along with one of the best comedy writers ever. One of his best known tragedies is Romeo and Juliet; likewise, one of his best known comedies is Much Ado About Nothing. Romeo and Juliet is one of the most well known love stories ever written and at the same time it displays many other themes. Much Ado About Nothing is mainly focused around love and deception but multiple other themes are also shown. Love and humor are displayed everywhere in the world in many different
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