Much Ado About Nothing Scene 1
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"Lady, will you walk about with your friend?"(2.1.84-85).
"So you walk softly and look sweetly and say nothing, I am yours for the walk; and especially when I walk away."(2.1.86-88).
"I pray you, what is he?"(2.1.134).
"Why, he is the prince's jester: a very dull fool; only his gift is in devising impossible slanders: none but libertines delight in him"(2.1.135-137).
"Even to the next willow, about your own buisiness, county. What fashion will you wear the garland of?"(2.1. 185-187).
"I wish him joy of her."(2.1.191).
It was time for the ball and Don Pedro and Claudio had a plan. Claudio loved Hero and wants her to fall in love with him but he does not know how to act. Don Pedro dresses up as Claudio and pretends to be him for the night; this was the only way that he would get a chance with Hero.
Since all of the men have masks on, the ladies do not know who they are. Benedick is dancing with Beatrice and he tricks her into assuming that it is not him under the mask. Thinking this, she goes on to tell him her true feelings towards Benedick, and it is definitely not what he wants to hear.
In this specific slide, you can notice that in this image, Benedick is arguing to Count Claudio. Benedick is mad because Beatrice doesn't like him and talking right to his face. Count Claudio is listening and speaking with him.
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