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All's Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare
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Aug 13, 11

Read from August 08 to 13, 2011, read count: 1

meh, just another woman who loves a man who doesn't love her back. Then she gets all depressed and schemes a plan to make him get her pregnant.

Was it that dark back then that the men could not see who they were having sex with?
And what on earth is with the clowns? They have popped up in a few plays and have nothing to contribute to the play. They are just fillers and can bore anyone. I do not find them funny, or entertaining, just there.

I admire the power of woman in the plays and how tragic circumstances can be avoided to provide with a happy ending, but the whole process is quite ridiculous, and in that, we are given our moneys worth and get entertained by what was made for us. Good work Shakespeare.

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