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Part of: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (The Oxford Shakespeare) All’s Well that Ends Well

All’s Well that Ends Well has defied categorization for centuries. The winning of a reluctant husband by an over-eager bride, and the subsequent bed-trick that secures their continued marriage are morally complicated in ways that make the play more than a simple comedy. This edition comes from the 1916 Oxford University Press edition of all of Shakespeare’s plays and poems.

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