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Much Ado about Nothing

The plot is from a novel of Belleforest, copied from one by Bandello (18th vol., vi.). There is a story resembling it in Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, bk. v., another in the Geneura of G. Tur…

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing There lived in the palace at Messina two ladies, whose names were Hero and Beatrice. Hero was the daughter, and Beatrice the niece, of Leonato, the governor of Messina.…

Much Ado about Nothing

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or Mudge. The miller's son, in Robin Hood dances, whose great feat was to bang with a bladder of peas the heads of the gaping spectators. Represents the Fool. Source: Dictionary of Phrase…