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Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare
No Fear Act 1 Scene 2
No Fear Act 1 Scene 2 Page 2

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No, no, we will hold it as a dream till it appear itself. But I
will acquaint my daughter withal, that she may be the
better prepared for an answer if peradventure this be true.
20Go you and tell her of it.


No, no, until it comes true we’ll pretend it was just a dream we had. But my daughter should know about this, so she can be prepared with an answer just in case. Go to her and tell her for me.
Enter ANTONIO ’s son, with a musician and attendants
ANTONIO ’s son enters with a musician and attendants.
Cousins, you know what you have to do.—O, I cry you
mercy, friend. Go you with me and I will use your skill.—
Good cousin, have a care this busy time.
Cousins, you all have work to do.—Oh, I beg your pardon. Come with me now, and help me out. —Dear cousin, please be careful during this busy time.
They all exit.