In my opinion there are many different types or kinds of strong feelings, from hate to anger and romance to love. Shakespeare has and always will be one of the greatest writers of all time at expressing these types of feelings. Shakespeare portrays these in many different poetic styles and genres, for example in his sonnets. However he is also known for expressing his feelings towards love in over 30 of his plays through the genres of romantic comedy and tragedy.
In one of his plays, “Much Ado About Nothing”, Shakespeare uses many different types of love; through a family, a well connected town, soldiers returning from war and lovers. Taking one aspect of this, the lovers, I pick out one male role in particular, Benedick. Who appears
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Shakespeare writes the same feeling of everlasting love through Claudio, when Claudio sings “Death, in guerdon of her wrongs, gives her fame which never dies.” It is very apparent of the connection between that line and the line in sonnet 18 “Nor shall Death brag thou wander’st in his shade, when in eternal lines to time thou growest:” they are both talking about the same thing. Preserving someone beautiful, through meagre lines of which were created out of an undying love.
There is another strong feeling involved in Much Ado, and that is one of hate. The relationship between Don John the bastard brother and Don Pedro the “Grace” shows the readers this clearly. Shakespeare makes it apparent