Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

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What is the difference between the gulling scenes of man and woman in act 2 scene 3 and act 3 scene 2 in Much Ado About Nothing?

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One interesting way to approach answering this question would be to consider the response of both Beatrice and Benedick to hearing the elaborate deception of their friends in stating that the other is in love with them. This yields particularly interesting results. Interestingly, if you do this, it is Beatrice that comes out looking much better than Benedick.

It is in Act II scene iii when Benedick is gulled, and this scene is much longer than the following scene in Act III scene i when Beatrice is similarly ensnared. However, what is interesting to note is Benedick's...

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