Published September 1984
by Simon & Schuster .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Much Ado About Nothing Leonato, a kindly, respectable nobleman, lives in the idyllic Italian town of Messina. Leonato shares his house with his lovely young daughter, Hero, his playful, clever niece, Beatrice, and his elderly brother, Antonio (who is Beatrice's father). As the play begins, Leonato prepares to welcome some friends home from a war. Add tags for "Review notes and study guide to Shakespeare's Much ado about nothing,". Be the first. Click to read more about CliffsNotes on Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing by Denis Calandra. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. The action of Much Ado About Nothing occurs during several days of a visit by Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon, and his followers at the large estate of Leonato, Governor of Messina. Don Pedro has been victorious in a small war against his own half-brother, Don John, who has now (reluctantly) joined him.
Much Ado About Nothing is a play by William Shakespeare first performed in Summary Read a Plot Overview of the entire play or a scene by scene Summary and Analysis. Shakespeare's Henry IV: Part 1 (Monarch Notes) by Joseph E Grennen: Shakespeare's Macbeth (Monarch notes) by Arthur Gewirtz: Shakespeare's Much ado about nothing (Monarch notes) by Joseph E Grennen: Shakespeare's the Sonnets (Monarch notes & study guides) by William Shakespeare. Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare's most frequently performed ly written in the latter part of , it was performed soon afterward by the Lord Chamberlain's Men, the theatrical company in which William Shakespeare had a business interest separate from his duties as actor and playwright. Shakespeare - Henry IV, Part 1 Shakespeare - Henry IV, Part 2 Shakespeare - Henry V Shakespeare - King Lear Shakespeare - Macbeth Shakespeare - Measure for Measure Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice Shakespeare - Midsummer Night's Dream Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing Shakespeare.
Shakespeare wrote Much Ado About Nothing between and , when he was in his middle thirties. It was first performed on a London stage before by the Lord Chamberlain's Men, an acting company of which Shakespeare was a member. Much Ado About Nothing was first published in and was likely written in The printing was the only copy published during Shakespeare's lifetime, and bears the title inscription describing that the play "hath been sundrie times publickly acted by the right honourable, the . Historical Context. According to records of Shakespeare's publications and performances, he wrote Much Ado About Nothing over the course of and ; the first records of its being performed. Inside you will find a comprehensive study guide, a biography about the life and times of Shakespeare, and a modern retelling (along with the original text) of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Each section of this book may also be purchased individually.