The Two Gentlemen of Verona | Study Guide

William Shakespeare

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona | Character Map

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Valentine Noble-hearted, loyal Veronese gentleman Proteus Charming but deceitful Veronese gentleman Sweethearts Father Rejected suitor Rejected suitor Rivals Rivals Forgiving lover Best friends and rivals Julia Loyal, high-born Veronese woman Sylvia Principled, strong-willed Milanese noblewoman Duke Domineering ruler of Milan Thurio Wealthy, cowardly Milanese nobleman
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