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The Merry Wives of Windsor


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The Merry Wives of Windsor
      
"Why, then the World's Mine Oyster."
The Merry Wives of Windsor
      
"This is the Short and the Long of It."
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"I Cannot Tell What the Dickens His Name Is."
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"As Good Luck Would Have It."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
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Robert Shallow
   is a character in   
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Country Justice
Pistol
   is a character in   
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Mistress Page
   is a character in   
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Ford
   is a character in   
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A Gentleman Dwelling at Windsor
Sir Hugh Evans
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A Welsh Parson
Mistress Ford
   is a character in   
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Slender
   is a character in   
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Cousin to Shallow
Doctor Caius
   is a character in   
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A French Physician
Nym
   is a character in   
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Sharper Attending on Falstaff
Simple
   is a character in   
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Servant to Slender
Fenton
   is a character in   
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A Gentleman
Anne Page
   is a character in   
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Mistress Page's Daughter
Bardolph
   is a character in   
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Sharper Attending on Falstaff
William Page
   is a character in   
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A Boy, Son to Page
Falstaff
   is a character in   
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Sir John Falstaff
Rugby
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Servant to Doctor Caius
Robin
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Page to Falstaff
The Merry Wives of Windsor
   begins   
"Sir Hugh, Persuade Me Not"
Sir Hugh, persuade me not; I will make a Star- chamber matter of it: if he were twenty Sir John Falstaffs, he shall not abuse Robert Shallow, esquire.
The Merry Wives of Windsor
   ends   
"To Master Brook You Yet Shall Hold Your Word, For He Tonight Shall Lie With Mistress Ford."
Let it be so. Sir John, To Master Brook you yet shall hold your word For he tonight shall lie with Mistress Ford.






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