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All's Well That Ends Well

William Shakespeare

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The Countess of Rousillon is Helena's

Helena's father was a celebrated

When the play begins, Bertram is about to leave for

Bertram is accompanied on his journey by

The Countess' Steward overhears Helena saying that

Helena decides to go to Paris in order to

In return for her service, the King of France promises Helena

Upon marrying Helena, Bertram

After his marriage, Bertram joins

In order to have Bertram as a true husband, Helena must

Immediately after her marriage, Helena goes to

In Florence, Bertram attempts to seduce

Parolles promises that he will recover, from the enemy, a lost

Instead, he is taken prisoner by

Bertram and Diana exchange

Bertram believes he is sleeping with____, when in fact he is sleeping with ____

As he returns to France, Bertram believes that Helena is

When he is exposed as a coward and a fraud, Parolles

Returning to France, Helena is accompanied by ____ and ____.

Trying to reach the King, Helena mistakenly journeys to

In fact, he has gone to

With Helena believed dead, Parolles is engaged to

The ring that the King sees in Bertram's hand originally belonged to

Diana is saved from prison by the emergence of

The play ends with Helena and Bertram

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