Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

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What happens in Act Three of Much Ado About Nothing?        

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I notice that you had associated your question with Ted Hughes' Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being.  However, you'll need to make this link more specifically obvious in your question, if, in fact, you would like to know something about how Much Ado relates to Ted Hughes' work.  For now, I'll summarize what happens in Act III of Shakespeare's play.

In scene one, Hero, Margaret and Ursula trick Beatrice into believing that Benedick has confessed that he loves Beatrice.  They say that Beatrice is too haughty, and so Benedick must love on in silence.  And yet, Beatrice ends the scene alone onstage, confessing to...

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