Twelfth night: or, What you will

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University Press, 1963 - Brothers and sisters - 170 pages
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Enlightening & easy to read... - Goodreads
This play is a masterpiece of double meanings and puns. - Goodreads
Loved the characters, great plot! - Goodreads
A completely confusing Love story. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Brady - Goodreads

The problem with Shakespeare comedies is that a joke which you need your English teacher to explain to you is not funny before, during or after the explaining. The best it'll be is a groaner, which ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bill Kerwin - Goodreads

The treatment of Malvolio is a little too cruel, Belch and Aguecheek are a little too coarse, and the resolution is a little too abrupt, and so this excellent Shakespearean comedy falls a little short ... Read full review

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