The Relationship Between Beatrice And Benedick In Much Ado About Nothing

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Love comes unexpectedly to the most unexpected people. The beauty of it is when love surprises you. It comes to the least likely people to be together. One example is Beatrice and Benedick relationship in “Much Ado About Nothing” by William Shakespeare. Their relationship is interesting in the sense of chaos and love. To compares their relationship to Hero and Claudio we all can see the differences. Many people love the romantic and “love at first sight” story but to me the relationship between Beatrice and Benedick is much more interesting. Beatrice and Benedick never did get along in the beginning. They can not have a normal conversation without insulting each other. To them they see pure hatred but to others there are some love in it. The two can’t help but uses harsh words toward each other. Beatrice expresses her…show more content…
When Hero and Claudio relationship fell apart from a very ridiculous reason, Benedick and Beatrice stayed strong by each other side. Beatrice even though always believe in the independent life now she finally admits to Benedick that she loves him when she states, “As strange as the thing I know not. It wee as possible for me to say I loved nothing as well as you, but believe me not, and yet I lie not, I confess nothing, not I deny nothing. I am sorry for my cousin.”(4,1,283-287). The way Beatrice is talking to Benedick now is very different. It's more polite and loving than before. There are no more harsh words or insults toward each other. She confesses that she love him and that's something no one saw coming. They were the two enemies that everyone expected to argue whenever they're together. Benedick finally expresses his love for Beatrice when he said, “With no sauce that can be devised to it. I protest I love thee.” (4,1,297-298). Benedick also confesses his love to Beatrice. They got closer and closer together and everyone can tell by the way their conversation
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