Much Ado About Nothing

Act III, Scene II: How does Don John's choice of language make the impact of his revelation about Hero all the more devastating to Claudio?

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Don John's language is condemning. He leaves no room for doubt and offers to prove his accusations. Thus, he is able to manipulate the other players and deceive their perception.

I came hither to tell you; and, circumstances shortened, for
she has been too long a-talking of, the lady is disloyal. Line 80