Much Ado About Nothing ACT 3

Jordan Hernandez, Faith Esqueda, Joe Perez, Nicholas Aguero, Linn Perkins, Rafael Garcia,

Ursula: A friend of Hero.

Don Pedro: A nobleman of Aragon, at times will be referred to as Prince. Generous, intelligent, loving, at times hasty, and believes evil easily.

Hero: Beautiful and desirable daughter of Leonato. Gentle and kind. She falls in love with Claudio.

Benedick: A soldier who was fighting under Don Pedro. Has a witty sense of humor.

Claudio: A young soldier who was also fighting under Don Pedro. Ends up falling in love with Hero.

Leonato: Uncle of Beatrice and father of Hero. Governor of Messina.

Beatrice: Daughter of Leonato.

Don John: Illegitimate brother of Don Pedro. He creates the scheme that will ruin Hero and Claudio.

Margaret: Hero’s friend. Helps Borachio and Don John with the plan to mess with Claudio and Hero.

Borachio: Margaret's lover and is another accomplice of Don John’s.

Conrad: Completely and totally there for whatever Don John wants.

Dogberry: He is the chief of policemen. Is sincere and takes his job seriously but is a little stupid.

Verges: Deputy of Dogberry.

Antonio: Leonato’s older brother.

Balthasar: Is a musician and at one point will flirt with Margaret.

Bower: “And did steal into the pleached bower” page 83, line 7. An enclosed area or fenced in.

Lapwing: “For look where Beatrice like a lapwing runs” page 85, line 25. A type of bird with great methods of escaping.

Amiable: “...possessed by my master Don John, saw afar off in the orchard this amiable encounter” page 107, line 151. Amorous, to show feeling or sexual desire.

Viley: “If low, an agate very viley cut” page 87 ,line 65. Repulsive.

Carping: “A man that a man has Ursula sure, sure, such carping” page 87, line 70. Difficult to please.

Qualm: “Get you some of this distilled carduus benedictus and lay it to your heart it is the only thing for a Qualm” page 115, line 70. An uneasy feeling of doubt, worry, or fear especially about one’s own conduct.

Allusion: “press me to death” to torture a prisoner by putting heavy weights on their chest / page 89 line 81

Hyperbole: “ she would mock me into air” to make fun of someone / page 89, line 79

Metaphor: “Where is but humor or a worm” used to say someone had a toothache or worms were invading the body. / page 93, line 26

Anaphora 85, In 69-71 "If low, an agate very vilely cut;If speaking, why, a vane blown with all winds; If silent, why, a block moved with none."

Rhyme 91,in 113 - 122 "What fire is in mine ears? Can this be true?Stand I condemned for pride and scorn so much? Contempt, farewell, and maiden pride, adieu! No glory lives behind the back of such. And Benedick, love on; I will requite thee, Taming my wild heart to thy loving hand. If thou dost love, my kindness shall incite thee To bind our loves up in a holy band. For others say thou dost deserve, and I Believe it better than reportingly."

Simile 83 In, 8-10 "Where honeysuckles ripened by the sun Forbid the sun to enter, like favorites Made proud by princes, that advance their pride Against that power that bred it."

Personification 87, In 53-54 "Of prouder stuff than that of Beatrice. Disdain and scorn ride sparkling in her eyes,"

Pun: “Why benedictus? You have some moral in benedictus” taunting saying he believes in a shrub / page 115, line 75

Hero tricks Beatrice into thinking Benedick is in love with her. Don John tells Claudio that Hero is cheating on him. Dogberry and Verges bring some comedy to Don John making his plan to convice Claudio that Hero is cheating. Don John and Claudio find out that Hero is cheating, even though she is not at all.

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We start out with Hero, Beatrice, Ursula and Maragret

This is the beginning when the plan starts kicking with Bea and Benedick They gossip and gossip lies upon lies

To fool are little Bea Beatrice buys all the crap that they spit about her attitude. So then Beatrice that she could find love with sir Benedick

Now its off to scene 2 Where Don John decides to be a little pricks.

The lies, The lies x2

Gotta keep up with the lies, Its very very hard. Its hard to keep up with all the lies they are telling

Its hard, Its hard X2

Its so Incredibly hard, so inconceivably, unbelievably hard

Honestly, I don't know how Shakespeare wrote any of this. There is just so much to keep up with because now you got Don John lying to claudio about Hero.

He says shes a floosy and that they should wait underneth her window

No dont do it

Now we are at scene 3. Where verges and Dogberry are being complete idiots

They're so stupid

They argue all night about what would you do if there was a theif

What would would you do?

And this just goes on and on and on until you're wandering when will this scene end

Please lets stop reading can we stop reading. I think we all need a break

Please oh Please. Its really hard Its tiring and its hard. Lets move on to scene 4 so we can be finished. Its hard Its hard Its hard. This is so annoyingly awful so unavoidably un-enjoyably awful Please can we just stop.

Writing may have made shak..famous but Jesus Christ this is awful.

Scene 4 is the morning of heros grad wedding and also when Beatrice starts to show feelings because of Heros scheming

Oh my good we're almost done!

And lastly we've arrived to scene 5 where Leo is preparing for the wed of his daughter.

1. What are Benedicks internal thoughts compared to?

2. What did Hero and Margaret discuss about Beatrice?

3. What does Don Jon tell Prince about Hero?

4. What are Benedicks internal thoughts compared to?

5. What did Hero and Margaret discuss about Beatrice?

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