What are some of the similar and different nature of characters between Claudio vs. Borachio and Hero vs. Margaret?
Claudio is virtous while Borachio is villanous. For example, in 2.1. 301-303, Claudio shows his gallantry when he says, "...Lady as / you are mine, I am yours. I give away myself for you / and dote upon the exchange." In contrast, Borachio is underhanded and far from gallant. As evidence, consider the lines in which he plots his deceit of the innocent Hero (2.2.41-45):
will so fashion the matter that Hero shall be
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