Personal Narrative Essay In William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing

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Personal Narrative Essay There are many times in life where things are not always be, as they seem. In the romantic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare one of the main themes in the plot is things are not always as they seem. This theme is relevant in this story as well as it is very much in my own life as well. In my life there have been many things to happen where things are not always, as they seem to be but there has been one bigger moment where things were not what they seemed than everything else. The biggest moment in my life where things weren’t what they seemed to be is when my “Dad” had DNA testing to see if he was really my dad or not. My mom and him were not together anymore but I still seen him every weekend so I never thought anything was wrong. I was just living life like a regular little kid going to…show more content…
Don John and Borachio come up with a plan to spoil Claudio and Hero’s wedding. There plan was to have it seem like Borachio and Hero were doing some things that they shouldn’t be and than Don John brought Don Pedro and Claudio in the nightly darkness to see Borachio and who they thought was Hero since it was in her room but it was really Margaret doing inappropriate things. So on the day of the wedding Claudio wanted to expose Hero in front of everyone who attended the wedding. “All you that see her, that she were a maid by these exterior shows? But she is none. She knows the heat of a luxurious bed. Her blush is guiltiness, not modesty,” (Shakespeare Act 4 Scene 1). This shows things aren’t always as they seem because Claudio is blaming Hero for doing this and Hero knows absolutely nothing about it and is devastated crying like crazy and eventually faints because of what Claudio is doing. Leonato believes Claudio and starts to hit Hero and throw her around when it really never

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