Analysis Of The Theatrical Masterpiece ' Much Ado About Nothing '
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A convention of Elizabethan theatre that both Matheson and Dwyer utilized was slightly elevated but natural movement and mastery over their physical form. Heightened movement was evident when they were fooling around and lying atop each other on the couch in a tangle of limbs. This interaction illustrates the close dynamic of their friendship. They are comfortable enough with each other that they can be in close physical proximity. It also shows the instinctual human desire to have intimacy and contact in a purely platonic sense.
This interaction could be potentially misconstrued as romantic behaviour however there is little other evidence to support this and is therefore just two good friends comfortable enough in their own sexuality to be able to connect on a deeper level within their friendship. Due…