"Much ado about nothing."
ACT TWO, SCENE 1- line 111- 140.
In this particular part, Beatrice and Benedick are at a party, having a casual conversation about Benedick. Since everyone must wear a disguise to the party, there are naturally a few misidentifications. Ironically enough, Beatrice pretends not to know that Benedick is actually himself -as he is wearing a costume mask- and insults Benedick thoroughly. As she speaks to her dancing partner, she says that while Benedick thinks that he is witty others find him completely boring. Beatrice gets the better of Benedick while Benedick cannot defend himself. Dancin…
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