Much Ado About Nothing - Some Key Quotes - Love Through the Ages

I just re-read Shakespeare's 'Much Ado about Nothing' as part of my A2 revision and jotted down some useful quotes for the 'love through the ages' syllabus. May also be useful for GCSE and other. 

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Much Ado about Nothing ­ Key Quotes

"My dear Lady Disdain!"
(Benedick to Beatrice)

"I had rather hear my dog bark at a crow than a man swear he loves me."
(Beatrice's views on marriage)

"Can the world buy such a jewel?"
(Claudio on Hero)

"He that hath a beard…

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"And, Benedick, love on, I will requite thee, taming my wild heart to thy loving hand."
(Beatrice admits her love of Benedick to herself)

"There's no true drop of blood in him to be truly touched with love."
D. Pedro Teases Benedick.
"If I see anything tonight why I should…

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