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Shakespearean Drama

All's Well That Ends Well Helena heals a king, and consequently is allowed to choose a lord to marry (Bertram)who does not love her. Helena tricks Bertram into honoring their marriage.Comedy
Romeo and Juliet Verona, Italy2 feuding housesStar-crossed loversHouses of Montague and Capulet"Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?""A Rose by another name would not smell as sweet"Tragedy
Macbeth ScotlandRegicideTragedy3 witchesDeath of king DuncanBanquo
Taming of the Shrew KatherinaBiancaPetruchioComedy
Love's Labour's Lost King of Navarre and three companions, (Berowne, Dumaine, and Longaville)take an oath to devote themselves to three years of study, promising not to give in to the company of womenComedy
The Merry Wives of Windsor Falstaff, to become richer, decides to court two wealthy married women. He decides to send the women identical love letters, and asks his servants to deliver them.When they refuse Falstaff sacks them and in revenge the men tellthe husbands of Falstaff's i
Midsummer Night's Dream TitanitaOberonPuck Helena HermiaComedy
Created by: baileymack