The play Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare is a play on words as the term “nothing” was pronounced as “noting” (pronounced “note-ing”) during the time in which Shakespeare was alive which means to “overhear” or “gossip” or “rumor”. The overhearing of other characters is they key to the play as it helps progress the storyline and without it the play would not turn out the same. Two of the main protagonists, Benedick and Beatrice overhear conversations that they are both meant and unme...
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