Much Ado About Nothing

[Much Ado About Nothing]
Dover Publications
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Claudio, Benedick and the prince of Arragon visit the duke of Messina, Lorenzo, the uncle of Beatrice and father of Hero. Beatrice and Benedick begin to like each other after being tricked into believing the other was in love.

William Shakespeare was born in 1564, lived in Bishopsgate, London, and then Stratford, and died in 1616. He married Anne Hathaway and had three children. This play proved highly popular from its very first staging.

Author: Cliff Cobb, United Kingdom
Update on: May 2023