MUCH ADO DON PEDRO

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  • DON PEDRO AS AN ACTOR
    • Act 1 Scene 1
      • Acts as Cupid for Beatrice and Benedick but never gets anyone himself
        • "My love is thine to teach"
          • Benedick jokes "get thee a wife" so much love to teach but none to have
      • "By my troth, I speak my thought"
        • Elusive and honest
        • Hand on heart to show sincerity
    • Act 4 Scene 1
      • "I will assume thy part in some disguise"
      • "He shall fall in love with Beatrice"
        • "Shall" exaggerate imperative, determination
      • "I am sorry you must hear" to Claudio
        • Bow head to show respect
    • Politically and socially powerful, always involved in others' schemes.
      • Described as the "selfless facilitator"

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