Shakespeare Essay

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Wake up in the Shakespeare play measure for measure and much ado about nothing . There were two women or falsely accused of both plays and starting off with the play what ado about nothing. One of the main characters hero who was a woman who was supposed to be wedded by Claudio was falsely accused of infidelity and Claudio let known these accusations at the wedding ceremony ( pg.137 act 4. Scene1) by denying her hand in marriage and accusing her of what he thought she did. The character hero was extremely embarrassed and mortified as well as her family. This also affected her virtue more so her standing and reputation in her community for the fact that he's saying that she is not pure that she's a liar and cheat within the story is completely crashes the character hero emotionally and psychologically. She falls ...view middle of the document...

The accusation was displayed in a very grand way to shame hero for what she was accuse that she had done in measure for measure Mariana was shamed in a different way by Angelo just leaving her out of him being hurt or disgraced by her. In the play much ado about nothing character hero accusations came from a plan to tarnish her reputation and stop the marriage of her and Claudio. Which led him to be angry to the point where he felt that he needed to confront her in front of everyone and put her to shame for something that she didn't do.
Within my own experience with being accuse of something that I did not do it brings me to a memory of when a aunt of mine asked me to go the store for them. I went to store for them and they didn't give me enough money for the items of they wanted store so I had to actually put in money for my own pocket. I did without saying anything being respectful about it until that same on actually start to tell people within the family that I Money from her that was hers, I felt very hurt by the the accusation and very distraught about it for the simple fact that I take pride in my own reputation as a outstanding and respectful person, as well as a very trustworthy person. I was very angry and hurt and I quickly stood up for myself and spoke up explaining the whole situation even with the extra mile to actually prove that there was no extra money and that she gave me. Not enough money for the items that she wanted in the way I actually did show her and explain this to her was by taking her to the exact saw that I went to and getting all the items all over again in the end she apologized and the situation was resolved. I felt very relieved and very happy that it was all with but I was still very hurt for the fact that someone I consider so close to me would actually think about me.
The necessary Shakespeare, third edition. David Bevington.

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