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6. Theme 2: Tongue-tied.

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.

If all the fancy-schmancy language in Much Ado About Nothing has your head spinning, don’t worry. What you’re responding to is Shakespeare’s second theme. You can learn more about the dangers of giving up everything in the interest of social grace and appearances with this Recap.


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