All I mean is, that, in Benedick's phrase, 'the world must go on.'
Ursula and Hero make Beatrice believe that Benedick is dying of love for her.
I should not like to see her making game of poor Benedick's love.
Benedick, reporting to the same tune, intensifies his misery.
Mercutio, as he was own cousin to Benedick and Biron, would have come to the same end in the long run.
Beatrice, hearing of Benedick's love for her, changes her mind about men.
The wit of Beatrice is less good-humored than that of Benedick; or, from the difference of sex, appears so.
Alexander played Benedick and got through it wonderfully well.
Like Benedick, I thought "There is a double meaning in that."
Benedick surrenders his whole heart to her and to his new passion.