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Has anybody got any notes or themes on much ado about nothing? I haven't read the book in two years and my exam is next month!
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Has anybody got any notes or themes on much ado about nothing? I haven't read the book in two years and my exam is next month!
I'd advise you to re-read the play, preferably an annotated copy- it's not too long and actually quite engaging. One of the key themes of the play is use of dramatic irony (which holds true for a lot of Shakespeare's comedies)- wherein the audience knows information which has been witheld from certain characters, which can create an assortment of effects- humour, tension, et cetera. There are lots of others too. Good luck!
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Thankyou, I literally just need themes and that's really helpful so I have somewhere to begin. Thankyou
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