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Excerpt from The Comedy of Errors - anthology.

Excerpt from The Comedy of Errors - anthology. Antipholus of Syracuse, newly arrived in the island state of Ephesus, awaits his servant Dromio. The pair are as yet unaware that their twin brothers, separated from them in a shipwreck soon after their births, are still alive and living in Ephesus. Confusion quickly ensues, as the newcomers are repeatedly...

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Excerpt from The Two Gentlemen of Verona - anthology.

Excerpt from The Two Gentlemen of Verona - anthology. One of Shakespeare's earliest comedies, The Two Gentlemen of Verona follows the romantic fortunes of Proteus and Valentine, the gentlemen of the title. The changeable Proteus, having left his lover Julia in Verona with promises of affection, has traveled to Milan at his father's request. There he has fallen...

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Excerpt from Antony and Cleopatra - anthology.

Excerpt from Antony and Cleopatra - anthology. Bereft of her lover, the disgraced Roman leader Antony, and faced with the fearful prospect of public humiliation at the hands of Caesar, who has defeated both her and Antony in battle, Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, has only one remaining course of action available if she wishes to remain in control...

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Excerpt from Measure for Measure - anthology.

Excerpt from Measure for Measure - anthology. Sex, death, and justice are the central concerns of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. The Duke of Vienna has disguised himself as a friar so that he can move freely among his subjects, leaving the severe Angelo as acting head of state. Angelo begins to act upon the harsh laws that govern...

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Excerpt from All's Well That Ends Well - anthology.

Excerpt from All's Well That Ends Well - anthology. Helena, the orphaned daughter of a healer, cures the King of his illness and is rewarded with her choice of husband from among the nobles at court. She chooses Bertram--with whom she has been deeply in love for some time--the son of the Countess, in whose house she has...

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Excerpt from Macbeth - anthology.

Excerpt from Macbeth - anthology. Shakespeare's Macbeth is a study of the evil that is in every human heart, and of one man's downfall as he wilfully gives way to its temptations. Returning from battle, Macbeth is greeted by three witches, who tell him that he will one day become king. As a reward for his military successes,...

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Excerpt from Romeo and Juliet - anthology.

Excerpt from Romeo and Juliet - anthology. The balcony scene (Act 2, Scene ii) from Romeo and Juliet is one of the best-known scenes in Shakespeare's plays, and is almost certainly the most frequently parodied. Juliet's line "O Romeo, Romeo!--wherefore art thou Romeo?" is perhaps as well known as Hamlet's famous question, "To be or not to be...?",...

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Excerpt from The Tempest - anthology.

Excerpt from The Tempest - anthology. Prospero's farewell to the magic arts in the concluding scene of The Tempest has been popularly supposed to form Shakespeare's own farewell to the dramatic arts. However, while the play probably was Shakespeare's final solo creation, he is thought to have continued to work as a collaborator, on Henry VIII and The...

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Excerpt from A Midsummer Night's Dream - anthology.

Excerpt from A Midsummer Night's Dream - anthology. A Midsummer Night's Dream weaves together a number of separate plots: an argument between the fairy king and queen; a royal wedding in Athens; the love affairs of four young Athenians; and the efforts of a group of common workmen to produce a play for the state wedding celebrations. Act...

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Excerpt from Love's Labour's Lost - anthology.

Excerpt from Love's Labour's Lost - anthology. King Ferdinand of Navarre and his companions, the lords Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine, have sworn a vow, at the king's suggestion, that they will forego the society of women and the pleasures of love for three years, in order to devote themselves to study. A pre-arranged state visit from the Princess...

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Excerpt from Richard II - anthology.

Excerpt from Richard II - anthology. In 1601, on the day before beginning his unsuccessful revolt against Queen Elizabeth I, the earl of Essex commissioned a group of actors to perform a play about Richard II at the Globe Theatre, believed by many critics to have been Shakespeare's Richard II. The performance was controversial, since Elizabeth disliked any

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Excerpt from The Taming of the Shrew - anthology.

Excerpt from The Taming of the Shrew - anthology. Petruchio, a gentleman from Verona, has travelled to Padua to find himself a wealthy wife. There he is introduced to Katherina, or Kate, the "shrew" of the play's title. She has been endowed with a large dowry by her rich father Baptista, who is extremely keen to find her...

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Epilogue to The Tempest - anthology.

Epilogue to The Tempest - anthology. The closing lines of English dramatist William Shakespeare's tragicomedy The Tempest (1611?) are often interpreted as Shakespeare's own farewell to the theater. The play is thought to be the last written solely by Shakespeare. It tells the story of Prospero, magician and former duke of Milan, who has been exiled and shipwrecked...

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Excerpt from King Lear - anthology.

Excerpt from King Lear - anthology. Storms have often featured in art and literature as a symbol of the torment of the human soul, and one of the most famous examples is the tempest that rages through much of King Lear. Lear, rejected by two of his daughters, Goneril and Regan, and through his own misunderstanding estranged from...

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From David Copperfield - anthology.

From David Copperfield - anthology. David Copperfield is perhaps Charles Dickens's best-known novel, featuring the distinct blend of drama, satire, and emotion (all within a particularly brutal environment) that has come to characterize Dickens's work. The book traces the youth and early manhood of David Copperfield, who, betrayed by his stepfather, Mr. Murdstone, must constantly struggle to find...

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Excerpt from Henry VI - anthology.

Excerpt from Henry VI - anthology. Henry VI, Parts I, II, and III, chronicle the troubled reign of Henry VI, during which time England is reduced from a position of influence and status within Western Europe, earned by his father, Henry V, to a state that is all but torn apart by civil war. A pious man but...

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Excerpt from Pericles - anthology.

Excerpt from Pericles - anthology. Pericles exists only in a somewhat corrupted text, an unauthorized version probably "pirated" by Shakespeare's contemporaries--created from notes taken during performances and published in order to capitalize on its great popularity. The play is also thought by critics to have originally been a collaborative effort between Shakespeare and another author. Its central themes,...

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Excerpt from The Merry Wives of Windsor - anthology.

Excerpt from The Merry Wives of Windsor - anthology. The Merry Wives of Windsor is among the most popular of Shakespeare's comedies. Firmly English in its character and setting, it draws its inspiration from the popularity of Sir John Falstaff in Shakespeare's earlier history plays, Henry IV, Parts I and II, and from the body of folk tales...

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Excerpt from The Pickwick Papers - anthology.

Excerpt from The Pickwick Papers - anthology. The Pickwick Papers was Charles Dickens's first novel. Dickens, who was a journalist at the time, was commissioned by a magazine to write a series of short stories to accompany illustrative plates--depictions of a gentleman's club performing a variety of sporting activities--by the well-known artist Seymour. Dickens decided to lengthen the...

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Excerpt from Henry IV - anthology.

Excerpt from Henry IV - anthology. Henry IV, Parts I and II, continue the quartet of history plays begun with Richard II and ending with Henry V. In the Henry IV plays, however, Shakespeare makes much use of comedy, particularly in the portrayal of Sir John Falstaff, to provide light relief and to offer parallels to, and a...

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Excerpt from Othello - anthology.

Excerpt from Othello - anthology. Othello is a respected army general on whom the Venetian Senate relies. Yet Senator Brabantio is outraged when his daughter, Desdemona, elopes with Othello, because the valiant soldier is also a Moor. In his prejudice he cannot believe that she can love a man of another race, so in Act 1, Scene iii,...

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Excerpt from The Merchant of Venice - anthology.

Excerpt from The Merchant of Venice - anthology. The courtroom scene in The Merchant of Venice crystallizes the play's concerns with value, judgment, justice, and mercy. In its presentation of the unthinking prejudice of the Venetians on one side, and the unforgiving resentment of Shylock on the other, it also raises disturbing side issues that have made the...

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Excerpt from The Old Curiosity Shop - anthology.

Excerpt from The Old Curiosity Shop - anthology. Published in 1840, Charles Dickens's The Old Curiosity Shop has been described by some critics as a fairy tale. The Old Curiosity Shop contains many contrasts: youth and age; innocence and corruption; beauty and deformity; and, foremost, the city and the countryside. Little Nell Trent lives with her grandfather in...

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"The Bear" by Robert Frost - anthology.

"The Bear" by Robert Frost - anthology. By titling his collection of poems West-Running Brook (1928), American poet Robert Frost was hinting that his poems would explore the theme of going against the grain. The rivers in Frost's beloved New England generally flow east, rather than west. In "The Bear," published as part of this collection, the poem's...

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Excerpt from Emma - anthology.

Excerpt from Emma - anthology. Jane Austen's light comic touch and finely developed sense of irony are evident in the first chapter of Emma, which introduces the chief characters of Emma and Mr. Knightley, and Emma's father, the fussy, hypochondriac, childishly selfish Mr. Woodhouse. Austen's deceptively circumscribed setting--variations on the theme of the concerns of the higher social...

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