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2. Summary: And not all of them lived happily ever after.

Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare, 1600
Famous for: Verbal sparring, taking note, and a whole lot of little lies … some with nearly dire consequences.

In true Shakespearean fashion, some of the deceptions in Much Ado About Nothing have a benign, even comedic, outcome. But beware. Much Ado About Nothing may be known for its comedy, but not every deception that Shakespeare wrote into this play ends happily.

 

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