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William Shakespeare


Plot Overview

Character List

Analysis of Major Characters

Themes, Motifs & Symbols

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Act 1, scenes 1–4

Act 1, scenes 5–7

Act 2, scenes 1–2

Act 2, scenes 3–4

Act 3, scenes 1–3

Act 3, scenes 4–6

Act 4, scenes 1–3

Act 5, scenes 1–11

Important Quotations Explained

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