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When reading Shakespeare it is somewhat difficult to distinguish what this brilliant author is trying to portray in his works This is mainly due to the use of old English text and constant hidden meanings behind much if not all of his material That is why it must be understood that when analyzing a Shakespearean piece it is necessary to provide clear and focused evidence surrounding a specific thesis If it is not done in this manner information becomes too broad and makes it difficult for any reader to understand clearly what a certain topic is about Beatrice and Benecensored are essentially the main characters in William Shakespeares Much Ado About Nothing or further they will be considered the main point of argument throughout this paper As mentioned previously there needs to be a clear thesis in order to analyze a certain portion of the play in focus As it pertains to the two characters Beatrice and Benecensored which has to a higher degree more wit and intelligence On account of reasons mentioned later Beatrice is above and beyond the intelligence and wit of Benecensored In order to achieve a clear understanding of how and why each are witty and intelligent and then to provide support as to how and why one is superior in that area will require much textual support and specific thoughts from that text In the opening scene of the play the audience discovers that there was a battle being fought and several men are on their way home from the battlefield Beatrice who overhears his uncle and a messenger talking asks about one man in particular-who turns out to be Benecensored When she asks this messenger about him she doesnt use his name directly she instead calls him Signor Montanto By using this reference she is without a doubt being quite ironic Beatrice could be using this term to mean a move in fencing which is an upward
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