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" The Count Claudio shall marry the daughter of Leonato"(Shakespeare 2.2.1-2).
"Yea, my lord, but I can cross it"(Shakespeare 2.2.3).
"How canst thou cross this marriage?" (Shakespeare 2.2.8).
"I can, at any unreasonable instant of the night, appoint her to look out at her lady's chamber window"(Shakespeare 2.2. 16-17).
"Proof enough to misuse the Prince, to vex Claudio, to undo Hero, and kill Leonato. Look you for any other issue"(Shakespeare 2.2.28-30).
In this scene Don John has had the information that Claudio and Hero shall get married. He is not the happiest with this new because his brother, Don Pedro, helped the two love birds get together. Borachio, Don John's henchman, knows of a plan to ruin the wedding in Don John's favor.
During this scene, Don John asks Borachio how he will cross the marriage effectively. Then Borachio tells Don John his plan. Borachio will have Margaret go to Hero's bedroom window at the time of night with Borachio in the room as well. All Don John has to do is convince Don Pedro and Claudio that Hero is in love with Borachio. That she is no longer in love with Claudio.
Borachio says this line to Don John becasue he needed to explain what evidence Don John will display to Claudio and Don Pedro when he tells them about Hero and Borachio. He is saying that he needs to take advantage of the Prince. Ruin Hero's reputation. Make Claudio mad and jealous. Also, to kill Governor Leanto. Then Borachio asks Don John what other villainous deeds he would request to do.
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