Amie Kiner_LITR402 Week 7 Research Project-Much Ado About Something
LITR402 Shakespeare w/ Dr. Green.
Adaptation of Shakespeare's "Much Ado about Nothing" Act II, Scene III and Act III, Scene I. Benedick in the locker room bathroom area makes fun of Claudio's being in love, and then, hides when he sees Don Pedro, Leonato, and Claudio Enter. Don Pedro and company, aware that Benedick is in earshot talk about Beatrice's affections for Benedick. Benedick caught by surprise realizes that he loves Beatrice.
Likewise, Beatrice hides in the bathroom of the locker room, on advice from Margaret. Hero and Ursula enter the locker room and talk about Beatrice's attitude and Benedick's love for her. Beatrice surprised, decides to change her attitude in order to get Benedick to tell her that he loves her.
Men in love are fools, just look at Claudio. Although, if I were to fall in love, she would be rich, fair, virtuous, mild mannered, speak well, and know music.
Here come Don Pedro, Claudio, and Leonata. I will hide in here.
(whispering) Benedick is in the bathroom area.
Leonato, is it true that your sister Beatrice loves Benedick?
She told me so in confidence, but she will never admit it to Benedick herself.
Very true, I read it in her diary. Has she said anything to you, Claudio?
I would think this is a joke, but Leonato confirmed her diary and Claudio spoke of her confession. I may be odd in my affections, but I find that I love Beatrice, and she is perfect for me.
Margaret told me the Hero and Ursala were on their way to the locker room to the locker room to talk about me. I wonder what they have to say, I will hide here and find out.
Ursula, It really is sad that Beatrice must be so crude. Don Pedro and Claudio told me that Benedick loves her, but I fear her need to out-wit everyone will keep her from knowing love. I can't even tell her, because she would make fun of me until I felt dumb. I should tell Benedick to hide his love.
Oh Hero, Beatrice is not all that bad. With all of her smartness, don't you think she would have the sense to accept Benedick's love, rather than mock it?
What!?! Is it so bad that I want to be regarded as smart and quick witted instead of just fair? Well then, farewell cruel Beatrice, and hello to sweet Beatrice that will accept Benedick's love kindly.
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