Don Pedro (character)
|Play||Much Ado About Nothing|
Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon, is a fictional character from William Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing. In the play, Don Pedro visits his friend Leonato in Messina, Italy while coming back from war. He also helps bring together one of the play's major couples, Beatrice and Benedick. His brother, John the Bastard, is jealous of Don Pedro and plots to ruin his best friend, Claudio's wedding. Don Pedro is considered a character that is the middleman in the story and seems to understand the events more than the other character, however Don Pedro also experiences some dramatic irony. For example, Don Pedro does not know that it is Don John who ruins the wedding until his henchman, Borachio, admits it.
- "Much Ado About Nothing: Analysis of Major Characters." Sparknotes. N.p., n.d. http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/muchado/.
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