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MasterAwesome

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The poem Benewingspan by Shakespeare: What is the main idea? I thought it was about a silly man who liked to laugh that was falling in love with a woman who doesn't like to show any sort of emotion, but if that is right, I don't know how to choose between these two answers: Benewingspan has changed his opinion of marriage because he believes Beatrice loves him. Benewingspan's opinion of marriage has changed because Beatrice has sworn that she will never love him. ----- Can you help me figure it out? Poem: http://haileemackk.edublogs.org/2012/09/17/much-ado-about-nothing/

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  1. MasterAwesome
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    I don't know why it keeps changing the name to Benewingspan! But hopefully you guys understand!

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    It was the first one.

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