How does Shakespeare present attitudes to women in Act 1 in Much Ado About Nothing I've spoken about cuckoldry and all other aspects, I just want to know examples of women as objects (in act 1)...

How does Shakespeare present attitudes to women in Act 1 in Much Ado About Nothing

I've spoken about cuckoldry and all other aspects, I just want to know examples of women as objects (in act 1) such as Hero being a Jewel or being bought.

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