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The Comedy of Errors

Summary: Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, A Comedy of Errors. Summarizes the plot of the play and discusses major characters. Describes many of the comedic elements utilized by Shakespeare, including confusion, mistaken identity, disguise, repetition, and inversion/reversal.
William Shakespeare has written many plays for which he has been deemed one of the greatest playwrights in history. Some may disagree by calling his works simple, the characters underdeveloped and lacking enough detail and explanations in his plot, but others may feel as though the play was very well explained and the characters were greatly developed. Many of the elements Shakespeare uses in this comedy and many of his other comedies are confusion, mistaken identity, disguise, repetition, and inversion/reversal. As the Comedy of Errors sets mostly one city of Ephesus, the comedy begins as two sets of twins who were separated at birth, cause problems for themselves and everyone around them, not knowing that the other is around.

In The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare's style proves to be original and wide ranging, all the way from how he speaks of his characters, to how...

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