Much Ado about Nothing
Shakespeare's comedy play "Much Ado About Nothing" pivots around the impediments to love for young betrothed Hero and Claudio when Hero is falsely accused of infidelity and the "lover's trap" set for the arrogant and assured Benedick who has sworn of marriage and his gentle adversary Beatrice. The merry war between Benedick and Beatrice with the promptings of their friends soon dissolves into farcical love, while Hero's supposed infidelity is shown to be little more than "much ado about nothing."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MartinBodek - LibraryThing
By my troth, 'twas I indeed That, marry, hath enjoyed much It filleth in me the need To enjoyeth puns and such Romantics of wordplayers Was virginal territory Through the speakers and the sayers of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AliceAnna - LibraryThing
A weak story saved by the bickering of Beatrix and Benedick. Their relationship and the scheme to get together was definitely the highlight of the play. Read full review