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ASMW - Shakespeare

QuestionAnswer
Where does Hamlet occur? Elsinore Castle, Denmark
What play does Hamlet make? Murder of Gonzago
What play are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern part of? Hamlet
What play, "Fraility, thy name is Woman?" Hamlet in Hamlet
"This above all, to thine own self be true" Polonius in Hamlet
Get thee to a nunnery Hamlet in Hamlet
Who are King Lear's three daughters? Goneril, Regan, Cordelia
"Nothing will come of nothing" King Lear
What play is Banquo in? Macbeth
What play is Desdemona in? Othello [Venice, Cyprus]
What play is Iago in? Othello
O, beware my lord, of jealously, it is the green-eyed monster, Iago of Othello
Who are the twins in Twelthy Night? Viola and Sebastian
If music be the food of love, play on. Duke Orsino, Twelth Night
All the world's a stage... his acts beign sven ages. Jaques in As you Like iT
To sleep: perchance to dream. Hamlet
Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Three Witches, Macbeth
Portia, Antonio.. Merchant of Venice
All that glisters is not gold Merchant of Venice
Created by: linnad