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Benedick's Conversion to Love

Summary: In Shakespeare's play, Much Ado About Nothing, over the course of the play, Benedick converts from a hostile bachelor to a loving husband. In the end he is head over heels in love for Beatrice whom he once quarreled with habitually.
Benedick's conversion to love

Throughout Act one and two, Benedick repeatedly says that he will never love a woman or get married. At some stage in the duration of the play his mindset changes. In the end he is head over heels in love for Beatrice whom he once quarreled with habitually. The turnabout in his behavior was brought about by the deceiving Claudio and Pedro who indirectly told Benedick that Beatrice loved him.

At the beginning, Benedick's attitude is negative towards women in general. He swears he will never marry, as he is very critical of women and does not trust any of them not to cheat on him. He seems to oppose with Beatrice in a competition to outwit, outsmart, and out-insult each other. Obviously he has been in some sort of past relationship with Beatrice because when he meets her at the masked...

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