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Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing–the title sounds, to a modern ear, offhand and self-effacing; we might expect the play that follows such a beginning to be a marvelous piece of fluff and not much more. However, the play and the title itself are weightier than they initially seem. Shakespeare used two other such titles–Twelfth Night, or…

Cape Literature Ia “Much Ado About Nothing” by William Shakespeare

The 1993 film adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing, by Kenneth Branagh, differs in many aspects from the original script written by Shakespeare. Branagh employs brilliant cinematography, manipulating lighting, camera angles to produce a carefree version to the original text. The soundtrack is dazzling and his interpretation breathes life and vitality into this…

The Importance of Male Honour in Much Ado About Nothing

Draft: ‘in this apparent comedy male honour is a subject of deadly seriousness’ Do you agree? Much ado about nothing (MAUN) was written in a patriarchal society, (ruled by men) where Shakespeare could influence society’s morals and virtues in his plays. The idea of male honour was central to view the concept of masculinity. Shakespeare…

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Traditional patriarchal society

Discuss the validity of Rachel Clayton’s view that Much Ado About Nothing has ‘laid bare the faults and deficiencies of a traditional patriarchal society’. In Rachel Clayton’s essay ‘Who is Hero? ‘ she suggests ‘Shakespeare has laid bare the faults and deficiencies of traditional patriarchal society. ‘ She suggests that a feminist would find Hero’s…

The two pairs of lovers in ‘Much Ado about Nothing’

‘Much Ado About Nothing’, written in 1598 and set in Messina (Sicily) is one of Shakespeare’s comedies which addresses some very serious social and cultural issues inherent in Renaissance (Elizabethan) society. The play focuses on the relationships and attitudes to marriage of two couples; the mature Beatrice and Benedick and the much younger Hero and…

Much ado about nothing

Thus when Leonato impulsively believes Claudio’s words shaming of Hero he tries to destroy her completely, “Hence from her, let her die”. Additionally he angrily speaks of her loss of honour as a blemish from which he cannot distance himself through short monosyllabic language, “O she is fallen into a pit of ink, that the…

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