Much Ado About Nothing Scene 2
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"It is so. The Count Claudio shall marry the daughter of Leonato."(2.II.1-3)
"Which shall bear no less likelihood than to see me at her chamber-window, hear me call Margaret Hero, hear Margaret term me Claudio"(2.II.40-44)
"Grow this to what adverse issue it can, I will put it in practice" (2.II.42-43)
Don John and Borachio plot how they will ruin Claudio and Hero's wedding.
Their plan was to make Margret pretend she's Hero and kiss Borachio to make it seem like Hero is cheating on Claudio.
Don John and Borachio were doing this to prevent Claudio and Hero getting married.
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