Much Ado About Nothing: Novel Summary: Act 1, Scene 3

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Don John, who is Don Pedro's illegitimate brother, walks with his companion Conrade.  Although Don John is infamous for his lechery and violence, Don Pedro welcomed him as a companion anyway to give him a second chance.  Don John, however, is not prepared to fawn and grovel his way into society's graces; he has returned to his old ways.  Don John's henchman Borachio enters and tells him about the impending Hero-Claudio marriage.  With this information, Don John devises a method of simultaneously wreaking havoc and getting his revenge on Claudio and Don Pedro.  The trio leaves to further plot their scheme.

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