LibraryDirectory: Much Ado About Nothing

    By: Mr. Yakov Werde on Jan 02, 2013

    For those readers who don't recognize my subtitle, it is none other than the title of a famous Shakespearean comedy. The phrase "much ado about nothing" is laden with meaning that bespeaks the novel's theme. When broken into two phrases, ‘Much ado” and ‘Nothing’ contrast two opposite ideas; something of great consequence vs. something of no consequence; a tempest in a teapot. When taken by itself, the word Nothing speaks volumes.

    For in Shakespeare’s times the words Nothing and Noting were homophones (two differently spelled but identically pronounced words). "Nothing" expresses the idea that some people give meaning to details that most others consider inconsequential. Please read on to see how Shakespeare aligns with PowerBuilder.

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