Factors Contributing to the Succes of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
In Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” many factors are combined to make it one of his most wittiest romantic comedies. He addresses several issues at the same time. For example, he addresses the concern of England that Elizabeth had no legitimate heir for the throne in his portrayal of Don Juan. Don Juan is seen as malicious, self-interested and dangerous. This is perhaps
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death. Sentences can have wide variations depending on the choice of one or two words. For example the sentence of “involuntary manslaughter” is much different from “manslaughter.” In for instance one confuses the word involuntary for voluntary or confuses their meaning the results could be devastating. Shakespeare reminds us that words are only important in the meaning and thoughts they convey. They have no value outside of their true meaning. They are tools, not decorations.