All's Well That Ends Well
She loves him, he loves her not.
She really loves him, he really, REALLY loves her not.
Privilege may divide them, but, with a little help from its friends, love has a way of getting everyone to do the right thing... eventually.
Rated R. Romantic comedy. Contains material of a sexual theme
"A romantic caper featuring the neatest bed trick this side of a California cathouse."
- Austin Brickbat
Probably written between 1603 and 1604
First published in 1623
You can read the full text of
"All's Well That Ends Well" at MIT.edu:
"All's Well That Ends Well: Entire Play"
You can find a full synopsis of
"All's Well That Ends Well" at Bardweb.net:
"Shakespeare Resource Center - All's Well That Ends Well"
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