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Lies and Deceit

Date Submitted: 09/21/2002 22:20:11
Category: / Literature / English
Length: 3 pages (721 words)
Lies and Deceit Can you recall, at one time or another, being approached by a good friend or possibly an acquaintance with these opening lines, “Let me tell you what I heard.” William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, is a play primarily about gossip. The characters are constantly overhearing or spying on other people. Occasionally they learn the truth, but more often they misunderstand what they see or hear, or they are tricked into …
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…Ado About Nothing yields both positive and negative outcomes. Often time, one thinks he hears or sees something and believes it to be true. This fact is especially applicable to the actions of the characters in the play. The plot of this play reveals evidence that what one hears and sees can often stand to be questioned. As someone once quoted, “Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**
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