Similarities Between 'Much Ado About Nothing And Mean Girls'

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Human nature causes them to trick or deceive others for their own individual benefits leading them to ruin others’ lives. The two texts, William Shakespeare's play, 'Much Ado About Nothing' and Mark Water's film, 'Mean Girls', although set in distinct time periods, explore the concept of trickery and deceit. Both texts illustrate that all deception comes with a consequence and infidelity and deception can also have an impact on yours and others reputation and noting can be used to deceit others. Even though, both texts feature different setting and storyline, they still share some similarities and differences. Both in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ and ‘Mean Girls’, the antagonists are faced with a terrible consequence for their use of trickery

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