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Marilyn Pettit’s most popular book is Macbeth. William Shakespeare. Much Ado About Nothing by. Philip Page, Marilyn Pettit.
Much Ado About Nothing on Stage and Screen. When Much Ado was first-published, the text announced that the play had been "sundry times publicly acted," but despite this implication of popularity the play was not reprinted until 1623, when it was included in the volume that collected Shakespeare's dramatic works.
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The play takes an ancient theme-that of a woman falsely accused of unfaithfulness-to brilliant comedic heights. Dogberry (third from right) and Don Pedro (second from right), as portrayed by Michael Keaton and Denzel Washington, in the film Much Ado About Nothing, 1993. Goldwyn (Courtesy Kobal).
Album Much Ado About Nothing. Much Ado Act 2 Scene 3 Lyrics About Much Ado Act 2 Scene 3. Benedick strolls in Leonato’s orchard, pondering the mysteries of marriage and the high standards. Much Ado Act 2 Scene 3 Lyrics. SCENE III. LEONATO'S orchard. BOY Signior? BENEDICK In my chamber-window lies a book: bring it hither to me in the orchard. BOY I am here already, sir. BENEDICK I know that; but I would have thee hence, and here again. About Much Ado Act 2 Scene 3. Benedick strolls in Leonato’s orchard, pondering the mysteries of marriage and the high standards his wife would need to meet for him to give up bachelorhood.
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