The comic elements of the play are constructed through language. Do you agree?
Shakespeare's "Much ado about nothing" has been classified as a romantic comedy. As a comedy, comic elements are very important; they can be expressed in various ways. In this play comic elements are constructed through language, they are expressed by the characters' dialogues and they affect the readers in a comical way.
Benedick and Beatrice are the comical figures in the play; there are a lot of conversations between them. At the beginning Beatrice is aware of Benedick when she mentions him before his arrival, when they meet they start their argument immediately.
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