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All's Well That Ends Well

William Shakespeare

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Act I, Scenes i-iii

Act II, Scenes i-iii

Act II, Scenes iv-v; Act III, Scenes i-iv

Act III, Scenes v-vii

Act IV, scene i-iii

Act IV, scene iv-v; Act V, scene i-iii

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