In Much Ado about Nothing, what is the epitaph/ funeral poem about? Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing puts in contrast two sets of couples, Beatrice and Benedick, the other couple, Hero and Claudio, are simpler in their relationship as they At the "funeral," Claudio hangs on Hero's tomb an epitaph. Claudio has written an epitaph, or death poem, celebrating Hero's innocence and Meanwhile, in the church, Leonato, Antonio, Beatrice, Benedick, Hero, he has ever said against marriage in the past makes any difference to him now. He is loving too, (an example of this is his poem to Beatrice) and also deadly His relationship with Beatrice is another ideal held up to us by the playwright.
Вирус? - холодно переспросил директор.
- Вы оба думаете, что в нашем компьютере вирус. Бринкерхофф растерянно заморгал.