Shakespeare the Playwright: A Companion to the Complete Tragedies, Histories, Comedies, and Romances

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All's Well That Ends Well,732; Act I, scene i, 703-5; Act I, scene ii, 705; Act I, scene iii, 705-6; Act II, scene i, 706-8; Act II, scene ii, 708; Act II, scene iii, 708-10, 718; Act II, scene iv, 710; Act II, scene v, 710-11; Act III, scene i, 711; Act III, scene ii, 711, 712; Act III, scene iii, 711-12; Act III, scene iv, 712; Act III, scene v, 712- 13; Act III, scene vi, 713; Act III, scene vii, 713-14; Act IV, scene i, 714; Act IV, scene ii, 714-15; Act IV, scene iii, 715-16; Act IV, scene iv, 716; Act IV, scene v, 716-17; Act V, scene i, 717; Act V, scene ii, 717; Act V, scene iii, 717-19; Bertram (count of Rousillon), 703-19; Clown (servant to the countess), 705-6, 708, 710, 716-17; Countess of Rousillon (mother to Bertram), 703-6, 710-12, 716-17; Diana (daughter to the widow), 712- 18; Duke of Florence, 711, 715; Helena (a gentlewoman protected by the countess), 703-19, 739-40; introduc- tory/concluding remarks concerning, 703, 719; King of France, 703, 705-9, 711, 715, 717-19; Lafew (an old lord), 704, 707-11, 716-17; Mariana (neighbor and friend to the widow), 712-13; Parolles (a follower of Bertram), 704- 18; Steward (servant to the countess), 705, 706; Widow of Florence, 712-16
"Amelthus" (Saxo Grammaticus), 69
Amphitryon (Plautus), 529
Antony and Cleopatra,23, 47; Act I, scene i, 210-12; Act I, scene ii, 212- 13, 221, 238; Act I, scene iii, 213-15; Act I, scene iv, 215, 217; Act I, scene v, 215-16; Act II, scene i, 216-17; Act II, scene ii, 217-21; Act II, scene iii, 220-21; Act II, scene iv, 221; Act II, scene v, 221; Act II, scene vi, 221- 22; Act II, scene vii, 222-23; Act III, scene i, 223; Act III, scene ii, 223; Act III, scene iii, 224; Act III, scene iv, 224; Act III, scene v, 224; Act III, scene vi, 224-25; Act III, scene vii, 225; Act III, scene viii, 225; Act III, scene ix, 225; Act III, scene x, 225- 26; Act III, scene xi, 226-27; Act III, scene xii, 227; Act III, scene xiii, 227-29; Act IV, scene i, 229; Act IV, scene ii, 229; Act IV, scene iii, 229; Act IV, scene iv, 229; Act IV, scene v, 229; Act IV, scene vi, 230; Act IV, scene vii, 230; Act IV, scene viii, 230; Act IV, scene ix, 230; Act IV, scene x, 230; Act IV, scene xi, 230; Act IV, scene xii, 230-31; Act IV, scene xiii, 231; Act IV, scene xiv, 231-32; Act IV, scene xv, 232-33; Act V, scene i, 233-34; Act V, scene ii, 234-38, 257; Agrippa (friend to Caesar), 218-19, 223; Alexas (attendant to Cleopatra),

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • The Tragedies 1
  • Titus Andronicus 5
  • Romeo and Juliet 23
  • Julius Caesar 47
  • Hamlet 69
  • Othello 105
  • King Lear 137
  • Macbeth 179
  • Antony and Cleopatra 209
  • Coriolanus 241
  • Timon of Athens 267
  • The Histories 283
  • The First Tetralogy 287
  • King John 381
  • The Second Tetralogy 399
  • The Comedies 525
  • The Comedy of Errors 529
  • The Taming of the Shrew 541
  • Two - Gentlemen of Verona 555
  • Love''s Labor''s Lost 569
  • A Midsummer Night''s Dream 583
  • The Merchant of Venice 599
  • The Merry Wives of Windsor 619
  • Much Ado about Nothing 629
  • As You like It 647
  • Twelfth Night, or What You Will 665
  • Troilus and Cressida 683
  • All''s Well That Ends Well 703
  • Measure for Measure 721
  • The Romances 743
  • Pericles 745
  • Cymbeline 757
  • The Winter''s Tale 779
  • The Tempest 803
  • Appendix 1 - The Two Noble Kinsmen 823
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 826
  • Appendix 2 - The Royal Figures from the History Tetralogies 827
  • Select Bibliography 831
  • Character Index 833
  • Index 847
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