An Exploration Of The Ways In Which Shakespeare Presents The Developing Relationship Between Beatrice And Benedick.
In "Much Ado About Nothing" by William Shakespeare, Beatrice and Benedick - two main characters with strong opposite opinions of the other sex - are involved in a plot where other characters in the play attempt to trick them into falling in love with each other. The unlikely couple are thought to perhaps compliment each other and make a good match, as they engage in a continuous "merry war" throughout the play and have many subjects on which they can argue about due to their opposing opinions. In the very first scene Leonato, who is Beatrice's uncle (and also the Governor of Messina), tell…
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