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  • Well Love's Labour's Lost Much Ado About Nothing As You Like It The Taming Of The Shrew Measure For Measure The Merry Wives Of Windsor The Comedy Of Errors
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  • Well That Ends Well – 1598 As You Like It – 1598 The Comedy of Errors – 1591 Love's Labour's Lost – 1590 Measure, for Measure – 1604 The Merchant of Venice
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  • necessarily exhaustive of Shakespeare's pre-1598 writing, includes The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Comedy of Errors, Love's Labour's Lost, A Midsummer Night's
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  • (i.e. tragedy and comedy). The titles of six comedies (‘Two Gentlemen of Verona,’ ‘Errors,’ ‘Love's Labour's Lost,’ ‘Love's Labour's Won,’ ‘Midsummer
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  • Lyly, John (DNB00) (category 1893 works)
    Shakespeare very vaguely ridiculed Lyly's style in his earliest comedy, 'Love's Labour's Lost,' and accurately caricatured its vapid artificiality in Falaff's
    301 bytes (4,778 words) - 23:02, 1 June 2012
  • introductory—george chapman—ben jonson—his theory of comedy—earlier comedies—tragedies—mature comedies—last plays—masques—'sad shepherd'—achievement—mar
    553 bytes (13,056 words) - 05:38, 18 September 2013
  • Burbage, Richard (DNB00) (category 1886 works)
    Love’s Labour's lost.’ Sir Walter Cope, writing to Sir Robert Cecil at Hatfield early in 1605, states that Burbage has proposed to play that comedy at
    327 bytes (3,329 words) - 07:01, 29 December 2012
  • as comedies into three kinds: the first he would class under the head of pure comedy, the next of heroic or romantic drama, the third of mixed comedy and
    444 bytes (10,076 words) - 03:36, 29 December 2014
  • Heywood, Thomas (d.1650?) (DNB00) (category 1891 works)
    Edited for vol. vi. of ‘Old Plays,’ 1816. 19. ‘A Maidenhead well Lost,’ 1634. 20. ‘Love's Mistress; or, the Queen's Masque.’ Acted at the Court and the Phœ-
    380 bytes (3,378 words) - 09:00, 9 December 2014
  • Vezin, Jane Elizabeth (DNB12) (category 1912 works)
    productions, making striking successes as the Princess of France in ‘Love's Labour's Lost,’ Rosalind in ‘As You Like It,’ Clara Douglas in ‘Money,’ Portia
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  • intimate relation exists between the history of the English nation and the works of English authors. This close connection between purely external events
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  • Cibber, Colley (DNB00) (category 1887 works)
    being Jane, daughter of William CoUey of Glaston, Rutlandshire, and granddaughter of Sir Anthony Golley, whose fortune was lost during the civil war. In
    340 bytes (6,239 words) - 08:25, 3 October 2012
  • Jonson, Benjamin (DNB00) (category 1892 works)
    Woman, a Comœdie,’ 1609; 4to, 1609 and 1620; fol. 1616. Of all Jonson's comedies the richest in comic invention. The farcical conception of Morose was early
    339 bytes (8,731 words) - 12:58, 22 September 2012
  • plays are founded. CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS FIRST PERIOD—1588?-1596 LOVE'S LABOUR LOST (1591)—Plot probably original. TWO GENTLEMEN
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  • All's Well That Ends Well (category Shakespearean comedies)
    All's Well That Ends Well  (1598)  by William Shakespeare 53All's Well That Ends WellWilliam Shakespeare1598 DRAMATIS PERSONAE (Persons Represented):
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  • poet, or of any man.” Shakespeare's plays, with the order of their publication, are as follows: “Love's Labour's Lost,” 1590; “Comedy of Errors,” 1591; 1
    529 KB (82,880 words) - 19:40, 4 September 2015
  • Phelps, Samuel (DNB00) (category 1896 works)
    on 18 Feb. 1857, Phelps did not act. Don Adriano de Armado, in ‘Love's Labour's Lost,’ was first seen 30 Sept. 1857. Lord Ogleby, in the ‘Clandestine
    326 bytes (3,172 words) - 23:09, 10 September 2011
  • Rich, Barnabe (DNB00) (category 1896 works)
    characters, Gloriosus, a courtier of Epirus, resembles Armado in Shakespeare'sLove's Labour's Lost’ (a perfect copy is at Dulwich, imperfect ones at Britwell
    403 bytes (2,782 words) - 17:27, 1 February 2012
  • Grant White) several of the plays had been written. The Comedy of Errors in 1589, Love's Labour's Lost in 1589, Two Gentlemen of Verona in 1589 or 1590, and
    293 bytes (4,085 words) - 08:04, 8 February 2014
  • chiefly agricultural, though rich in minerals. Costard, a clown in “Love's Labour Lost,” who apes the affected court-wits of the time in a misappropriate
    511 KB (78,445 words) - 18:00, 27 September 2010

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