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100 pages (Summer 2007); 880KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00244
The Winter's Tale, originally published in the Folio of 1623, is a romance considered by many critics to be one of Shakespeare's "problem plays." Structurally, the play is made up of two parts, each ending in a dramatic scene. The first part, made up of the first three acts of the play, is filled with psychological drama in the form of uncontrollable jealousy and its consequences. The second part, comedic in nature, highlights a pastoral celebration and supplies a happy ending.
This edition is based on the 1914 Oxford edition, which ranks among the most authoritative of the 20th century.