Much Ado About Nothing Essay | Student Essay

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Much Ado about Nothing

Summary: Critiques the play Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespare. Summarizes the plot. Examines the role of the villan, Don John.
William Shakespeare's romantic comedy, "Much Ado About Nothing" is set in Italy in an idyllic area called Messina. In the play it features many different stories. One of them the story between Hero and Claudio.

At the start of the play you are told that Don John is the half-brother of Don Pedro. That means that Don Pedro is the first heir to the throne when his father dies, leaving Don John with nothing, which causes Don John to dislike him and sabotage his every move. As Don John is trying to sabotage his every move he is constantly plotting against his brother with his two sidekicks - Borachio and Conrade. His sidekick, Borachio, is the one who comes up with the plot to destroy Hero and Claudio's plan to be wed.

The first time Don John appears is in Act one Scene one in the...

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