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William Shakespeare - Shakespeare՚s Tragedies

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William Shakespeare

Shakespeare՚s Tragedies

  • Antony and Cleopatra (1607 - 1608)
    • The story of Mark Antony, Roman military leader and triumvir, who is madly in love with Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt.
    • Earliest known text: First Folio (1623) .
  • Coriolanus (1607 - 1608)
    • The last of Shakespeare՚s great political tragedies, chronicling the life of the mighty warrior Caius Marcius Coriolanus.
    • Earliest known text: First Folio (1623) .
  • Hamlet (1600 - 1601)
    • Since its first recorded production, Haml…

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William Shakespeare - Shakespeare՚s Comedies

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  • Richard II (1595 - 1596)
    • More so than Shakespeare՚s earlier history plays, Richard II is notable for its well-rounded characters.
    • Earliest known text: Quarto (1597) .
  • Richard III (1592 - 1593)
    • The devious machinations of the deformed villain, Richard, duke of Gloucester, made this play an Elizabethan favorite.
    • Earliest known text: Quarto (1597) .

Shakespeare՚s Comedies

  • All՚s Well That Ends Well (1602 - 1603)
    • In 1767, a scholar named Richard Farmer concluded that this play is really the revision of Shakespeare՚s missing Love՚s Labour՚s Won, which was likely written around 1592. It is co…

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