However this doesn 't mean that the title doesn 't reflect the story as in Shakespeare 's other plays. Beatrice and Benedick show their apparent distaste for each other right from the first scene.
The other couple is Claudio and Hero, the two who seem madly in love yet Claudio's untrusting and naive side takes power at one stage, in which the couple's relationship seems destined to be doomed Not all the deceptions have good intentions. This paper will attempt to present the fact that Beatrice and Benedick are in love during the entire play despite their witty rivalries.
It is here that the perpetrator is displayed before all the interested male parties, and here that Leonato can be assured that his belief in Hero's innocence was justified - and perhaps more importantly, that it can be seen to be justified: armed with Borachio's confession, and Claudio and Don Pedro's half-acceptance of guilt, he tells them to 'Possess the people in Messina Now both of them think that they love each other.
How did the situation swing around to this degree? Hero and Beatrice are the daughter and niece of Leonato, a respectable Italian nobleman.
Hero then fainted, but then revives after Don Pedro and Claudio leave the wedding, only to be scolded by her father.
The plot of the play can be categorized as comedy or tragicomedy. The story takes place in the town of Messina. Don John plots to ruin Claudio's marriage; he nearly succeeds because Claudio, and most of the other men in the play, are too quick to judge Hero and women in general as innately deceitful Beatrice turned from being scornful and disdainful into a love-struck woman.