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Much Ado: a reading and some images

Note: the article, "The Editorial Recuperation of Claudio" by Michael D. Friedman [Comparative Drama. 25 (1991-1992): 371-86] is available on reserve in the MacPherson Library.

These images are taken from nineteenth-century engravings; they illustrate attitudes of the time, but are not necessarily representative of actual performances.

Beatrice is "limed" (3.1)


Dogberry "examinations" Borachio and Conrade (4.2)


Claudio, suitably grief-stricken, reading the scroll (5.3)
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