Much Ado About Nothing, Honors English

Much Ado About Nothing, Honors English

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  • Act |, Scene i
  • Act ||, Scene ii
  • Act IV, Scene i
  • "Oh God, if only I were a man! I would rip his heart out in public and eat it."
  • "Wait, good Beatrice. I swear by this hand that I love you."
  • Leonato, receives news of the return of Don Pedro and his other friends. When Don Pedro’s party arrive at the house, Leonato invites them to stay for at least a month. Claudio immediately falls in love with Hero which he confesses to Don Pedro.
  • Act IV, Scenes i–ii
  • Borachio explains to his master, Don John, and Conrad, a follower, how he can convince Don Pedro and Claudio that Hero is unfaithful, thereby preventing Claudio’s marriage and injuring her father, Leonato. Borachio will stage a scene at Margaret’s window where she will pretend to be her mistress, Hero, as he woos her. This will dishonour Hero and Leonato.
  • Act V, Scene 1
  • Beatrice gives her speech about how she wants to be a man to Benedict to whom she fights with but actually ends up loving in the end.
  • Act IV, iv
  • At hero and Claudio's wedding, Claudio accuses Hero of being unchaste because Don John and John Pedro claimed they heard her talking about it to a vile man, who seems to be the one she was being unchaste to Claudio with.
  • Leonato and Antonio, his brother, encounter Don Pedro and Claudio and accuse them of villainy in ‘killing’ an innocent Hero. At Leonato’s request, Claudio promises to proclaim Hero’s innocence, hang an epitaph on her tomb and marry his ‘niece’ the following day.
  • Claudio arrives with Don Pedro to wed Leonato’s ‘niece’. The women enter masked and Leonato insists that Claudio marry before removing the mask. Hero is revealed much to the amazement of Claudio and Leonato explains the deception. Benedick and Beatrice pretend that they don’t really love one another but when a sonnet and letter in their own handwriting are produced, betraying their feelings, they agree to marry after all.
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