Claudio And Hero's Relationship In Much Ado About Nothing

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“Although that kind of romance can be found in Shakespeare’s romances, the genre of romance contains so much more. No two romances are the same, and there is no precise formula for these plays as Shakespeare wrote them. Romances swerve between humor and heartbreak in a way that can be powerful, confusing, beautiful, and contradictory” (Tucker). In William Shakespeare, “Much Ado About Nothing,” relationships are formed and put to the test. The relationship between Hero and Claudio are completely different from the relationship between Beatrice and Benedict. Hero and Claudio’s relationship was based off of love at first site, while Beatrice and Benedict’s relationship started out as friends and developed into a loving relationship. Over time people get into the way for better and for worse. Although Claudio and Hero’s relationship is based off of physical attraction, Beatrice and Benedick’s had developed into a heartfelt and genuine relationship. Some people may think that Beatrice and Benedick’s relationship would be more successful than of Claudio and Hero’s due to their maturity, ability to work things out, and powerful attitude towards each other. In comparison to many of Shakespeare’s…show more content…
On the other hand, Beatrice and Benedick’s love is based on mutual respect, love and respect. Hero and Claudio’s relationship is no different than Romeo and Juliet’s relationship. Both their relationships face problems and people get involved. Young love can’t be controlled because it is love at first sight and not always the best for a foundation of a relationship. Beatrice and Benedick have started from a rocky start but build up over time into a new loving relationship. Since they have known each other for a long time and are able to work things out, they are may have a more successful relationship. Hero and Claudio don’t know what love is and the roles in a
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