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The Gulling of Beatrice and Benedick in Much Ado about Nothing

Summary: Analyzes William Shakespeare's play, Much Ado About Nothing. Examines the relationship between Beatrice and Benedick. Explores Shakespeare's use of dramatic irony in the duping of the pair.
William Shakespeare wrote "Much Ado About Nothing" in the late 16th century. The play is set in Messina in the home of Leonato, the governor of Messina. Beatrice is Leonato's niece and Signor Benedick is a companion of Don Pedro the Prince of Arragon, a friend of Leonato.

Throughout the play so far Beatrice and Benedick have both made it obvious to the audience and most characters in the play that they have feelings for each other but refuse to admit so to each other.

In Act 2 Scene 3, Claudio, Leonato and Don Pedro gull Benedick by pretending they do not know the he is listening and talk about how they know "Beatrice is madly in love with Signor Benedick" but dares not tell him of her love, he of course is delighted by what he has heard and talks...

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