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William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing tells the story of two couples, where we meet the protagonists, and their adversary, the antagonist. In this lesson, you'll meet five characters and find out more about them.What are the major themes in 'much ado about nothing'?
Much Ado About Nothing Themes Chastity and Honor. The honor of Hero and her suspected infidelity is what lends drama to the play. In the Renaissance time, the honor of a woman was connected to her chastity. If this came to be suspected, not only would the woman be dishonored, but the shame would befall the entire family, leading to a fall from social grace.Who are the main villains in much ado about nothing?
Don John is the half-brother to Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon, and the main antagonist of the William Shakespeare comedy Much Ado About Nothing.A malcontent resentful of his brother, he tries to combat the merriness of those around him by ruining the upcoming marriage between Claudio, a soldier and friend to Pedro, and Hero, daughter to Leonato, Governor of Messinia and another friend of Pedro's.What is the ironic situation in much ado about nothing?
Irony is a figure of speech in which the intended meaning of a word is different from the actual word. Shakespeare uses dramatic irony, in which the audience knows something that the characters on stage do not, for comedic effect in Much Ado About Nothing. "Speak low if you speak love...." See in text (Act II - Scene I)