Three types of Deception In Much Ado About Nothing
The assertion "Deception by appearances" does apply to Much Ado About Nothing in many ways. Deception plays an important role in this book. Deception is the cause that brings about the effects of the situations. The masked dance, Benedick and Beatrice, Don John deceiving Claudio about Hero, and the Friar at the wedding are a few examples. The three types of deception that I will be classifying are beneficial, cruel, and sorrowful.
One type of deception would be beneficial deception. Beneficial deception is not to be cruel or conniving, it is to benefit another person. The Prince helping C…
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