Never-Ending Book Quiz
The lines below are spoken by Penthea in Act III scene 5 of a play not by Shakespeare. Who is the author?
"Glories of human greatness are but pleasing dreams,
Of shadows soon decaying; on the stage
Of my mortality, my youth hath acted
Some scenes of vanity, drawn out at length
By varied pleasures, sweeten'd in the mixture,
But tragical in issue ..."
Choose the correct answer:William Wycherly J.M. Synge G. B. Shaw John Forde
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