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Essay heading: honor in Much Ado About Nothing
 
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When Leonato learns of the accusations his daughter receives on her wedding day he scolds her and says, "Wherefore? Why doth not every living thing Cry shame upon he? Could she here deny The story that is printed in her blood? Do not live, Hero; do not open thine eyes? Why had I not with charitable hand Took up a beggar's issue at my gates, Who smirched thus and mired with infamy, I might have said, ?no part of it is mine; This shame derives itself from unknown lions'"? (IV, i) This quote shows how a father at that time would wish to have no part of his daughter for committing such acts because he knows of the dishonorable reputation he will receive as a result...
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Chastity is one of those reasons. For a woman not to be chased on her wedding day it was a disgrace and it would result in the dishonoring of both her and her father, as well as the sometimes unknowing husband. The men, however, were free to enjoy themselves with who they pleased prior to being married...
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When Leonato learns of the accusations his daughter receives on her wedding day he scolds her and says, "Wherefore? Why doth not every living thing Cry shame upon he? Could she here deny The story that is printed in her blood? Do not live, Hero; do not open thine eyes? Why had I not with charitable hand Took up a beggar's issue at my gates, Who smirched thus and mired with infamy, I might have said, ?no part of it is mine; This shame derives itself from unknown lions'"? (IV, i) This quote shows how a father at that time would wish to have no part of his daughter for committing such acts because he knows of the dishonorable reputation he will receive as a result...
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