Andresen-Thom, Martha. “Thinking about Women and Their Prosperous Art: A Reply to Juliet Dusinberre's Shakespeare and the Nature of Women.” Shakespeare Studies 11 (1978): 259-76.
Presents Much Ado about Nothing's Beatrice as an example of the “female ego ideal” in Shakespearean drama.
Brooke, Stopford A. “Much Ado about Nothing.” In Ten More Plays of Shakespeare, pp. 1-30. London: Constable, 1913.
Offers a moral and impressionistic assessment of character in...
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