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Shakespeare’s PlaysShakespeare composed a total of 148 sonnets, 38 plays, and 2 poems. His plays areknown as Quarto Editions, meaning they were published without the playwrights consent, andmany of these plays are faulty, and redone. Shaespeare’s order of his plays is not known, andwill never be known because there is no record of many of his works. Although, many ofShakespeare’s plays are composed in the form of iambic pentameter.The Winter’s TaleThe Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare was composed in 1623, and was produced inLondon at the Globe Theatre. The Winter’s Tale is based on a work of fiction called Pandosto byRobert Greene. The plot of the play is of a Jealous King, who accuses his wife of having anaffair with his best friend. His wife then dies, and he exiles his daughter who is raised byshepherds for 16 years. She falls in love with her fathers best friends son, and then returnshome.MacbethOne of William Shakepeare’s most famous plays is Macbeth. Macbeth was first printedin 1623, and is apart of Shakespeare’s first folio. Many parts of this play are missing or
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