Comedy Of Errors In Shakespeare's Plays

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HaComedy of Errors William Shakespeare, one of the famous playwrights in the world, wrote over 30 plays. Almost all of his plays are very well- known, such as Romeo and Juliet, All’s Well That Ends Well ,and Midsummer's Night Dream. Comedy of Errors is one of his earliest comedies. Comedy of Errors is one of Shakespeare’s most amusing plays due to the mistakes, the up and down adventure, and it's amazing, happy ending. William Shakespeare was a man with a dream and worked hard to achieve. Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 in a little town of Stratford on Avon,English. Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, who was eight years older. William was only eighteen. Anne and William had three children Suzanna,and then twins,Judith and Hamnet. …show more content…
As with many of his plays, Shakespeare drew on classical sources for the plot of the Comedy of Errors. The bare bones of the story are drawn from the Roman comedy Menaechmi, written by the ancient dramatist Plautus. Shakespeare might have read the play either in the original Latin or in an English translation that was published in 1594 but may have circulated in manuscript from before that year …show more content…
Another theme is debt due to the fact that the play opens up with the shocking incident of Egeon’s incurring a massive debt of a thousand marks merely for being in the wrong place.Another reason is the Courtesan in turn gives Antipholus E. a ring in exchange for the expected chain, but never receives the chain, and so is uncomfortably conscious of his outstanding debt to her. The last theme is love and marriage because this theme explores the relationship between Adrianna and her husband, Antipholus E., and in the debate on marriage between Adriana and Luciana

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