Much Ado About Nothing Essay | Hero and Beatrice Vs. Women During the Shakespearean Period

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Hero and Beatrice Vs. Women During the Shakespearean Period

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "Much Ado about Nothing," there are sharp contrasts between Hero and Beatrice and the typical woman in society in Shakespeare's era in that they are not mild-mannered and submissive.
In William Shakespeare's play "Much Ado about Nothing" there are sharp contrasts between Hero and Beatrice in comparison to women during the Shakespearean period. Hero is the typical example of a woman during the Shakespearean period. Hero is depicted in the play as a morally upright woman of good keep, and she seem to be a very loving and warm person in comparison to her cousin Beatrice. However she is made out to be a whore by Claudio at her own expense on her wedding day. Beatrice is the heroine of the play; she possesses a quick wit and a quick tongue. Beatrice does have the same warm and loving personality as her cousin however she constantly starts "merry war" or make fun of other individuals. Beatrice is not a typical woman of the Shakespearean period; Beatrice appears to be tough...

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