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date: 15 November 2019

All's Well that Ends Well Author: William Shakespeare [with Thomas Middleton?] Date/place of 1st performance: c.1602, London Date of 1st publication: 1623 Genre: Romantic com. in 5 acts; blank verse and prose Setting/time of action: Roussillon, Paris, Florence, and Marseilles, medieval period Cast: 8m, 6f, extras 

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The Oxford Dictionary of Plays
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Michael Patterson

Count Bertram, with his companion Parolles, leaves his home in Roussillon for the King's court in Paris to the dismay ...

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