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Much Ado About Nothing

  • Richard Gill
Part of the Macmillan Master Series book series (MACMMA)

Abstract

‘Amazement’ has as its root meaning ‘being lost in a maze’; hence it means bewilderment, distraction and perplexity. Those words are spoken by the Friar who, as a typical comic contriver, has sorted out the plot by producing something quite astonishing — a girl who’s apparently come back from the dead.

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© Richard Gill 1998

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