Much Ado about Nothing
Set in a courtly world of masked revels and dances, this play turns on the archetypal story if a lady falsely accused of unfaithfulness, spurned by her bridegroom, and finally vindicated and reunited with him. Villainy, schemes, and deceit threatens to darken the brilliant humor and sparkling wordplay--but the hilarious counterplot of a warring couple, Beatrice and Benedick, steals the scene as the two are finally tricked into admitting their love for each other in Shakespeare's superb comedy of manners.
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Review: Much Ado About NothingUser Review - Matthew Guerruckey - Goodreads
"O God, that I were a man! I would eat his heart in the market-place." Shakespeare sure loved cuckoldry. Apparently, the funniest thing in the world to an Elizabethan audience was the idea of a wife ... Read full review
Review: Much Ado About NothingUser Review - Aneet - Goodreads
Really funny and hilarious. A lot of themes in this book as well. Gave it 3 stars because Shakespeare is not my cup of tea, but the play was good for a classroom Read full review