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CliffsNotes on Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well & The Merry Wives…

by Denis Calandra

Series: CliffsNotes

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I have an almost complete set of Cliffs Notes. I use them to catch students who take short cuts. Sometimes they have interesting discussion questions, which will also reveal students who have read CN instead of the text. --JJM, 10/13/05
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Here is one of Shakespeare's problematic plays and his most farcical. The arc of love's victory in All's Well That Ends Well doesn't compel an audience's compassion, yet it is still a skillfully written play. The Merry Wives of Windsor has been criticized for having been written in 14 days, yet it brims with wit and features a new tale of Falstaff, one of literature's greatest characters.… (more)

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