What is Shakespeare trying to say about relationships
As with all Shakespeare comedies, Much Ado about Nothing ends with a couple of marriages. Both of these marriages have some challenges and our couples have a few disagreements along the way. However, in the end it all works out, or does it? For this essay, explore the idea of what you think Shakespeare is saying about relationships in this play – especially what these relationships represent and symbolize. Is there a particular ideal (soldier, spouse, or family) represented in the play? Why is this exploration important? What are we supposed to get out of this? Look specifically at the relationships between Benedick and Beatrice; or Claudio and Hero. Is Shakespeare telling us something about marriage?
What is Shakespeare saying about relationships in Much Ado about Nothing? Is there an ideal relationship presented in the play?
The relationships in the play are very different. Think about if Shakespeare is arguing for or against a specific kind of relationship. Think about what we, as an audience, are supposed to get out of this play. There are also other relationships to explore, such as the relationships between Benedick, Claudio, and Don Pedro. The relationship between Don John, Borachio, and Conrade. The relationship between Hero, Beatrice, Margaret, and Ursula. If you would like to write about something else, please see me for approval.
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