Much Ado About Nothing (act II)
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Benedick is talking to himself and saying how foolish Claudio is and how he could never fall for a lady. The only woman he could love is one that was impossibly perfect.
"May I be so converted and see with these eyes? I cannot tell;I think not." (II.III.22-23)
Leonato, Claudio, Don Pedro, and Bathasar are tricking Benedick into thinking Beatice is madly in love with him.
"...but that she loves him with enraged affection..." (II.III.108-109)
Are they talking about Beatrice?
Benedick thinks that Beatrice loves him and now he has completely changed the way he views love. Benedict is now in love with Beatrice too.
"When I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married." (II.III.245-246)
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