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Much Ado About Nothing: Symbols Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Much Ado About Nothing? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Dogberry tries to prove he is a gentleman by having two


Castles
Swords
Gowns
Horses
Cufflinks
Q. What shows Benedick as lovesick?


Bad shoes
Mixed-up clothes
Pink slippers
No sword
Ripped hems
Q. What is a metaphor for love?


Horses
Weather
Food
Clothes
Castles
Q. Horns are a symbol for


Success
Swordplay
Ancestry
Marriage
Breeding
Q. How was nothing pronounced in Shakespeare's day?


Nothing
Nooothing
Noting
Nothingness
Canothing
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