Four Late Plays
Wordsworth Editions, 1998 - 410 pages
The Shakespeare comedies collected in this text are frequently known as the romances. It is argued that they conclude in a spirit of hope as the main characters are reunited in an aura of reconciliation, wrongs are righted, and exiles returned to their homes.
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