In Much Ado About Nothing, what literary techniques can I compare in Act II scene 3 and Act III scene 1?
I think the main approach you can take would be to look at the role of irony and how it is played out in these two scenes. Of course, both of these scenes show the complete turn around of Beatrice and Benedick, and how easily they are persuaded that they are in love with each other. The irony here is two-fold: firstly, the massive irony comes from their mutual hatred and the way that they swear they will never become emotionally involved. Secondly, there...
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