Allusion in Much Ado About Nothing
In Much Ado About Nothing Shakespeare uses allusions to Greek and Roman mythology, especially in the witty interactions between Beatrice and Benedick. There are also allusions to the Bible, which are used to characterize the personalities, values, and motives of different characters.
Allusion Examples in Much Ado About Nothing:
Act I - Scene I🔒
"He hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing in the figure of a lamb the feats of a lion...." See in text (Act I - Scene I)