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Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
Author: William Shakespeare
ISBN: 10440

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Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare's best. I really enjoyed this book.
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Funny, for Shakespeare. One of his comedy plays about a woman who is shipwrecked in a foreign country and decides that she would be better off impersonating a man. She falls into a scheme to help a wealthy count hook up with a rich woman, but doesn't count on the woman falling for HER. Oh, and she has a twin brother, and there are some really genuinely funny episodes wherein another man is trying to score the same aforementioned woman. It's Chick-Lit, brought to you by Shakespeare.
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This is the classic Shakespearean comedy of mistaken identity, mayhem and the triumph of true love. Twins are separated during a shipwreck and each is certain the other has died. Viola pretends to be her brother for safety reasons and becomes caught up in a romantic triangle. Alls well that ends well.
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One of my favorite Shakespeare plays. Extremely funny!
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One of my favorite Shakespeare Comedies.