There is a mistake in the summary: at the very beginning, it says Antonio would be the father of Beatrice. Actually, he is most likely only her uncle, just as Leonato. Why else is Leonato the first who concerns of her marriage instead of Antonio? (He tries to convince her () and Don Pedro addresses him with this issue ().) It is because he is her closest male relative (in the printed edition I have this is even written within an annotation) and therefore responsible for her.
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Through these lines, Beatrice explains why she should not marry. The reason for this is that there is no equal man for her. Beatrice states that "she "could not endure" a masculine "...husband with a beard on his face" (-27), but "a husband that hath no beard, " who is therefore "less than a man, " is only fit to be dressed in women's apparel and employed as her "waiting-gentlewoman" (-33)" (Friedman 81).
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The sonnets were apparently composed during a period of ten or a dozen years starting in about 1592-1593. In Palladis Tamia Meres refers to the existence of “sugared sonnets” circulating among Shakespeare’s “private friends,” some which were published in The Passionate Pilgrim. The fact of prior circulation has important implications for the sonnets. The particular poems that were in circulation suggest that the general shape and themes of the Sonnets were established from the earliest stages. Evidence suggesting a lengthy period of composition is inconvenient for commentators seeking to unlock the autobiographical secret of the sonnets. An early date (1592-1594) argues for Southampton as the boy and Christopher Marlowe as the rival poet; a date a decade later brings George Herbert and George Chapman into the frame. There are likewise early dark ladies (Lucy Negro, before she took charge of a brothel) and late (Emilia Lanier, Mary Fitton). There may, of course, have been more than one young man, rival, and dark lady, or in fact the sequence may not be autobiographical at all.