Much Ado About Nothing

Describe the relationship of Beatrice and Benedick.

How does this relationship progress over the course of the play? This type of romantic relationship is often shown in stories, including modern movies; think of at least one example of a relationship that grew in this manner

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The two indulge in a love/hate relationship based upon a former romantic interlude gone bad. Their relationship is witty, compelling, and made oh so interesting by a continuous duel of words. Fortunately, when push comes to shove they realized that banter and romance can happily coincide, something that will assuredly keep things interesting.


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