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Essay heading: Classical Imagery in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
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Issue: Shakespeare
Written by: Mark Watson
Date added: July 1, 2009
No of pages / words: 13 / 3449
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At the conclusion of the play, Hero is restored to her soulmate Claudio and Benedick and Beatrice quite nonchalantly take each other in marriage. The plot is rather convoluted, yet it serves as the perfect vehicle for Shakespeare's distinct style. Much Ado About Nothing is unique due to its obviously classical sources...
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The play was written in 1598 during the reign of Elizabeth I of England. The following statement certainly rings true of William Shakespeare: English authors in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries made extensive use of classical mythology, in drama and narrative poems, as ornaments in lyric poetry, and by means of mythological allusion in prose and verse works...
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