The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare (Act Four)
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Act Four)
by William Shakespeare
The Comedy of Errors is believed to be one of Shakespeare's earlier written plays; a comedy about a separated family and mistaken identity.
Aegeon, a merchant from Syracuse is condemned to death for violating a law that bars commerce and travel between the two cities. The only way he can avoid the penalty is to ransom his life for one hundred marks ... a sum he neither has nor has any way of raising.
The play begins with Aegeon telling his story.
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