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Essay | Love's Labor's Lost

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Love's Labor's Lost.
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Love's Labor's Lost

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "Love's Labor's Lost" by William Shakespeare.
Love's Labor's Lost is the tale of the pride of the head overcoming the love of the heart, and then vice-versa. There are two main parties of characters in the play. First, there's King Ferdinand of Navarre and his three lords, Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine. The second party is the Princess of France and her three ladies in attendance, Rosaline, Maria, and Katherine, and her lord Boyet.

The men start off the story in the court of Navarre. They are discussing a plan in which they will be remembered long after their death. They say that for a three-year period, they will remain a scholarly and celibate academe. Longaville and Dumaine sign the contract with no conflict whatsoever, as it is just a three-year period. Berowne; however, hesitates. Within the contract are things saying that no woman can come within a mile of the court, any of...

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This section contains 595 words
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