Rhetorical Devices in Much Ado About Nothing
Rhetorical Devices Examples in Much Ado About Nothing:
Act V - Scene IV 1
"Think not on him till tomorrow...." See in text (Act V - Scene IV)
Despite the happy ending, the play ends in this strange moment of uncertainty. Don Jon has fled and is returning with an army of men, presumably to take his revenge on these characters. Though the play ends happily it also hints at future drama or strife for these characters. Strife the audience will never see because we are at the end of the play.