In "Much Ado About Nothing" by William Shakespeare, Benedick and Beatrice are seen always throwing witty insults at each other. Don Pedro and the others are convinced that Benedick and Beatrice are meant for each other, and plan to make the couple fall in love. The men trick Benedick into thinking that Beatrice is in love with him by letting him eavesdrop on a false conversation. Hero and her waiting women do the same to Beatrice.
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