To be a well-favoured man is the gift of fortune;
but to write and read comes by nature.
Much Ado About Nothing, Act III, Scene ii.
Source: This is a facsimile copy of the play Much Ado About Nothing, a
separately bound extract from the Second Folio edition of Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories,
and Tragedies, published in 1632. Bound with this extract is the play immediately following it
in the Second Folio, Love's Labour's Lost.
Links below move to the page of the indicated scene. Note: Scene divisions are as found in modern editions of the play.
|Act & Scene Index|
|One||Before Leonato's House||A Room in Leonato's House||Another Room in Leonato's House|
|Two||A Hall in Leonato's House||Another Room in Leonato's House||Leonato's Garden|
|Three||Leonato's Garden||A Room in Leonato's House||A Street||A Room in Leonato's House||Another Room in Leonato's House|
|Four||The Inside of a Church||A Prison|
|Five||Before Leonato's House||Leonato's Garden||The Inside of a Church||A Room in Leonato's House|
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