The Winter's Tale
Running an emotional gamut from betrayal and broken hearts to romance and reconciliation, this 1611 tragicomedy begins with the tyrannical actions of a jealous king, whose baseless suspicions destroy his own family. The play's second half takes place 16 years later, when the lively plot takes a lighthearted turn, abounding in song and dance.
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Review: The Winter's TaleUser Review - Liza Palmer - Goodreads
Okay. And after three disappointing plays, WE ARE BACK. Two friends. Both kings. One friend visits the other. They're getting along awesome. And then Leontes decides that his friend King Polixenes and ... Read full review
Review: The Winter's TaleUser Review - Salvatore - Goodreads
The ending was much more charming and moving than I thought it would be. The word 'puppies' also appears here, as it did in Cymbeline (was it becoming more of a thing in the early 17th century?). The ... Read full review