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The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare
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Mar 07, 2009

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A fun play with lots of head bludgeoning, witty banter, and delicious word play. Apparently this is one of Shakespeare's earliest plays. The plot is very simple and quite predictable, based on a plot by the Roman playwright Plautus: two sets of twins, separated at birth, then reunited as adults in a melee of mistaken identity.

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