Much Ado About Nothing Act II Scene II
By Dean Troiano
"Count Claudio will marry Hero, but, my lord, I can cross it" (2.2.1-5)
"How canst thou cross this marriage?" (2.2.7)
"I think I told your lordship I am in the favor of Margaret... I can appoint her to look out at her lady's window" (2.2.16)
"What life is in that to be the death of this marriage?" (2.2.17)
"The poison of that lies in you to temper. Go you to the Prince your brother. Spare not to tell him that he hath wronged his honor in marrying the renowned Claudio" (2.2.17-24)
In Claudio's house, Borachio and Don John discuss how they will try and mess up the wedding between Hero and Claudio. They also visit news about what will occur between Claudio and his woman, Hero.
Soon after, Borachio comes up with a plan which will cross the Count Claudio and cause the wedding to be canceled. Although this is the plan, the execution will be described in the coming times.
In the end of scene II, Borachio says to the villain that it is up to him and that he must go to his brother to complete the plan and get the others to listen to the planned out scene in the house of Claudio.
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