Foul words is but foul wind, and foul wind is but foul breath, and foul breath is noisome, therefore I will depart unkissed.
What hath passed between you and Claudio?
Madam, you must come, it is proved my Lady Hero hath been falsely accused, the prince and Claudio mightily abused, and Don John is the author of all, who is fled and gone: will you come presently?
Only foul words, and thereupon I will kiss thee.
ACT V SCENE 2
Done to death by slanderous tongues, was the Hero that here lies: death in guerdon of her wrongs, give her fame which never dies: so the life that died with shame, lives in death with glorious fame. Hang thou there upon the tomb, praising her when I am dumb.
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ACT V SCENE 4
Beatrice is mad at Benedick for not fighting Claudio. Just then, Ursula arrives with the news of Hero being falsley accused.
My heart is with your liking.
Signor Leonato, your niece regards me with an eye of favour. And I do with an eye of love requite her.
Claudio sadly reads and hangs an epitaph to Hero, and a song is sung.
My lord, your brother John is ta'en in flight, and brought with armed men back to Messina.
ACT II SCENE 1
ACT V SCENE 4
Think not on him till tomorrow, I'll devise thee brave punishments for him: strike up, pipers.
After Benedick challenges Claudio to a fight and leaves, Dogberry, Verges and the first watch arrive with Borachio and Conrade and tell Don Pedro and Claudio of the slanders. Claudio turns to Leonato and declares he accepts any punishment and agrees to marry Antonio's daughter.
ACT II SCENE 2
Benedick asks Leonato for permission to marry they see Antonio's daughter unveiled, who is really Don John has been captured.
Beatrice, and Don Pedro and Claudio are amazed once Hero. Later, a messenger informs Benedick that
Borachio and Don John plan to fool Don Pedro and Claudio by proving Hero loves Borachio, by using Margaret.