It sounded like a good idea at the time, but there's a reason why Shakespeare is considered by many to be the greatest wordsmith of all time. He is the most human, human that there is and perhaps that there ever will be and quite frankly as a writer I will never measure up. So I figured I would save myself the incredible embarrassment and do a more traditional review, and I suspect by the end of this review I will be glad that I did. He's not always perfect and what he does may not always work.
Act 3, Scene 2 The four men sat in the shade of a huge cyprus tree. Don Pedro filled two wine glasses and handed one to Claudio. His heart is as sound as a bell and his tongue is the clapper, because his tongue speaks whatever his heart feels.
He spoke now, almost for the first time.
He drew in his breath as though about to make an important announcement. Leonato touched his arm gently in mock sympathy. Benedick stared out at the blue sea.
They exchanged glances and returned to their wine. What could that mean?
Don Pedro leant forward again, sniffed and pulled a face. Can you smell him? They all laughed, except Benedick, who scowled and pushed his chair back.
He came up to them and sat down.
Regarding my brother, I think he holds you in high esteem and out of friendship for you has helped to bring your ensuing marriage about — and a bad suit it was and a waste of effort.
I would say she was worse than that. Think of a worse word and I will fit her to it. Just come with me tonight and you will see someone enter at her bedroom window, even the night before her wedding day.
If you still love her after that, marry her tomorrow, but it would be better for your honour to change your mind.Much Ado About Nothing Shakespeare homepage | Much Ado About Nothing | Entire play ACT I SCENE I.
Before LEONATO'S house. Enter LEONATO, HERO, and BEATRICE, with a Messenger LEONATO I learn in this letter that Don Peter of Arragon comes this night to Messina. Messenger. Much Ado About Nothing fizzes with sparkling wit and romance and passion. Even though the path of true love most definitely does not run smooth and as the lovers face obstacles, both accidental and on purpose, it’s impossible not to be swept along by the original and best romcom.
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Much Ado about Nothing is a comedy by William Shakespeare. It is set in Messina, Sicily (which is in Italy) and is a comedy/love story about two pairs of lovers, Hero and Claudio and Benedick and Beatrice.
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