Much Ado About Nothing - William Shakespeare Reviews
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by - written on 30/01/02, updated on 30/01/02 (Very useful, 210 readings)
This is a rare thing A Shakespeare comedy with some laugh out loud moments. The more you know about it, the funnier it gets. Let's start with the title. Much Ado (fuss, bother, hassle) about nothing. Most modern readers take this to mean a whole lot of mess about nothing at all, which is a fair assesment. Back in Shakespeare's day, the word 'nothing' had slightly different connotations, and would be comparable to calling it "Much ado about pussy" ok, so it could be a play about a cat, but you get a sizeable suggestion of 'vagina' Please read it as "Much fuss about sex." The story - Don Pedro, having just ... Read the complete review
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