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Students will review:
In this chapter, you'll learn the answer to questions including:
- What is the main plot of The Two Gentlemen of Verona?
- Who are the cross-dressing characters in Twelfth Night?
- Why is the character of the Duke of Milan significant in The Two Gentlemen of Verona?
- Who are the main characters in As You Like It?
- Which characters in Much Ado About Nothing drive the action?
- The Taming of the Shrew can be analyzed according to what themes?
- What is the summary of Measure for Measure?
- How are the themes of love and war carried out in All's Well That Ends Well?
- What kind of humor devices are used in Comedy of Errors?
- What is the plot of Love's Labour's Lost?
- How do the characters of The Merry Wives of Windsor advance the plot?
- How does The Winter's Tale differ from Shakespeare's other comedies?
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Other chapters within the Shakespeare Study Guide course
- Shakespeare Overview Study Guide
- Shakespearean Sonnets Study Guide
- Hamlet Study Guide
- Macbeth Study Guide
- King Lear Study Guide
- Romeo and Juliet Study Guide
- Julius Caesar Study Guide
- Shakespearean Tragedies Study Guide
- Shakespearean Histories Study Guide
- A Midsummer Night's Dream Study Guide
- The Tempest Study Guide