Much Ado About Nothing
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Opposites attract in Much Ado about Nothing, a devious and delightful comedy about two pairs of lovers. Claudio is in love with the beautiful Hero, but things are more complicated for Beatrice and Benedick, who spend most of their time trading insults and jabs in an ongoing war of words. Claudio and Hero scheme to bring Beatrice and Benedick together, hoping to turn their bickering into love. Just when the plan begins to work, Don Pedro, the illegitimate and malicious outsider, starts to wreak havoc. He frames Hero as an adulterer, leading Claudio to abandon her on their wedding day. Stricken with grief at her lover’s false accusations, Hero faints away. Her father decides to hide her and let everyone think she has died; meanwhile, Claudio is tormented by grief. While Shakespeare holds out the promise of a happy ending, the many trials and tribulations that both couples face along the way threaten to undo their happiness.
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
DON PEDRO, Prince of Arragon.
DON JOHN, his bastard Brother.
CLAUDIO, a young Lord of Florence.
BENEDICK, a young Lord of Padua.
LEONATO, Governor of Messina.
ANTONIO, his Brother.
BALTHAZAR, Servant to Don Pedro.
BORACHIO, follower of Don John.
CONRADE, follower of Don John.
DOGBERRY, a ...
Reviewed by Obat_Kanker on Mar 13, 2013
Review for Much Ado About Nothing
i didn't reading all pages in this books yet - i have read four pages beginning. this really write by masterpiece of writer . soon i will write full review about this books . i comment for leave a trail temporary . thanks
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