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Essay heading: Benedick Transformed
 
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Issue: Shakespeare
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Date added: July 1, 2009
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Of course, Benedick’s failure to notice Hero at all is a further suggestion that he has feelings for Beatrice, which is supported by his assertion to Claudio that ‘her (Hero’s) cousin (Beatrice)…exceeds her as much in beauty, as the first of May doth the last of December”. The fact that Benedick has feelings for Beatrice becomes clearer as the play progresses, despite his assertions to Claudio that he is ‘a professed tyrant to their sex’...
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Benedick keeps this point of view while speaking to Don Pedro, making quite clear that he will never marry: “I will live a bachelor.” This statement seems to signify Benedick’s apparent state of mind and character at this stage in the play. He makes fun of Claudio for being in love and seeking to marry, which provides opportunity for irony later in the play: his jokes are turned on him by Claudio and Don Pedro when his true feelings for Beatrice are revealed...
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