All's Well that Ends Well
Usually classified as a "problem comedy," All's Well that Ends Well is a psychologically disturbing presentation of an aggressive, designing woman and a reluctant husband wooed by trickery. In her introduction Susan Snyder makes the play's clashing ideologies of class and gender newlyaccessible, and offers a fully reconsidered, annotated text for both readers and actors.
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