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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 In this part of the play Beatrice and Benedick are bantering and "hate" each other *resources Beatrice and Benedick's Romance Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice: "I had rather hear my dog bark  at a crow thana man swear he loves me Benedick: “God keep your ladysh ip in that mind, so some gentle man or other shall ‘scape a pre destinate scratched face.” (1.1 .129-125) In this scene, Don Pedro comes up with the notion that Beatrice and Benedick would be a perfect match Don Pedro: "She were an excellent wife for Benedick."Leonato: "O Lord, my lord, if they were but a week married, they would talk themselves mad." (2.1.343-345) Beatrice: "And Benedick, love on: I will require thee, timing my wild heart to thy loving hand." (3.1.117-118) After hearing Ursula and Hero's staged conversation claiming the Benedick loves her, Beatrice resolves to loving him too Benedick:"Here comes Beatrice.  By this day, shes a fair lady. I do  spy some marks of love in her.(2 .3.246-247)" After hearing the staged conversation between Leonato, Claudio, and Don Pedro, Benedick begins to love Beatrice. Beatrice: "I love you with so much of my heart that none is left to protest. (4.1.300-301) After Hero being publicly shamed, Beatrice and Benedick confess their love to one another! Benedick: "Peace! I will stop your mouth! (4.4.102) After Hero reveals handwritten love letters from Beatrice to Benedick, Beatrice reluctantly admits that she loves Benedick.
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