Which causes Claudio's problem in Much Ado about Nothing?
If your question is "Who causes Claudio's problem" the answer is Don John who delights in torturing him for some reason. If your question is "What causes Claudio's problem" the answer is his lack of confidence in Hero and his friends. This is most clearly shown when Don Pedro negotiates the marriage between Hero and Claudio, and Claudio is easily persuaded by Don John into believing that Hero is bound to be unfaithful to him with Don Pedro. This is ridiculous but Claudio believes it because his insecurity makes him prone to jealousy.
The cause for Claudio's problem in "Much Ado About Nothing" is that he cannot be honest. In every situation, he has a need to be deceptive.
Barely opens them up at all. Slightly more sound leakage, but nothing to horrible. Talking them in public won't be a problem and it's much much much much much more comfortable.?
Use of humour (Dogberry, The Watch, Verges) Dogberry's use of malpropism that creates a sense of parody. 'caught two auspicious characters'- 'auspicious' instead of suspicious Irony - Claudios love for Hero and his quick to judge attitude and care free attitude whilst denouncing her. Dramatic Irony- Don Johns plans, Plan to get Beatrice and Benedick together Imagery Similies Metaphors Contrast between characters
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