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YOU HAD TO EXPECT SHAKESPEARE--400--This character described himself as having "more flesh than another man, and therefore more frailty"

Falstaff

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YOU HAD TO EXPECT SHAKESPEARE--800--000-line poem about this title Homeric pair"

Troilus and Criseyde

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YOU HAD TO EXPECT SHAKESPEARE--2000--After being a 16th C. version of "The Terminator", the title guy buys the farm too at the end of this, Will's 1st tragedy

Titus Andronicus

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YOU HAD TO EXPECT SHAKESPEARE--1600--In this comedy featuring a "fantastical Spaniard", 4 guys take a 3-year vow of celibacy & wackiness ensues

Love's Labour's Lost

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YOU HAD TO EXPECT SHAKESPEARE--2000--The last of the tragedies, this play deals with the conflict between Rome's patrician & plebeian classes

Coriolanus

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SHAKESPEARE'S KINGS & QUEENS--400--Her lover called her "My Serpent of Old Nile"

Cleopatra

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SHAKESPEARE'S KINGS & QUEENS--800--Goneril is the eldest of his 3 daughters

Lear

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SHAKESPEARE'S KINGS & QUEENS--1200--The king of Scotland was Macbeth's cousin

Duncan

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SHAKESPEARE'S KINGS & QUEENS--1600--For much of the play, this title character is known simply as Gloucester

Richard III

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SHAKESPEARE'S KINGS & QUEENS--2000--About this queen, Hamlet says, "Frailty, thy name is woman"

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Queen) Gertrude

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SHAKESPEAREAN RHYME TIME--400--Jealous Moor's stringed instruments

Othello's cellos

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SHAKESPEAREAN RHYME TIME--800--Regan's father's lachrymal discharges

Lear's tears

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SHAKESPEAREAN RHYME TIME--1200--Robin Goodfellow's formal attire

Puck's tux

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SHAKESPEAREAN RHYME TIME--1600--Calpurnia's husband's small metal hair pluckers

Caesar's tweezers

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SHAKESPEAREAN RHYME TIME--2000--It's the Afghani Islamic fundamentalist regime that Prospero's slave would lead

the Caliban Taliban (Caliban's Talibans accepted)

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SHAKESPEARE--400--King Lear foolishly rejects this viruous daughter

Cordelia

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SHAKESPEARE--800--Miranda's father, he ends "The Tempest" with an epilogue

Prospero

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SHAKESPEARE--1200--"Romeo and Juliet" begins, "Two households, both alike in" this

dignity

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SHAKESPEARE'S SMALL PARTS--400--Nym, a minor character, is a follower of this stout fellow in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"

Falstaff

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SHAKESPEARE--3000--Act I of this tragedy begins in a palace in Alexandria

Antony and Cleopatra

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SHAKESPEARE'S SMALL PARTS--800--During his brief time on stage, Curtis, this man's aged servant, does get to say "Shrew"

Petruchio

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SHAKESPEARE'S SMALL PARTS--1200--Those portraying a Norwegian captain in this play don't have to worry about memorizing a lot of lines

Hamlet

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SHAKESPEARE--2000--Comedy in which Lysander says, "The course of true love never did run smooth"

A Midsummer Night's Dream

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SHAKESPEARE'S SMALL PARTS--1600--In this fairy tale, Snug doesn't get the lion's share of lines, but he does get the lion's lines

A Midsummer Night's Dream

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SHAKESPEARE'S SMALL PARTS--2000--In Act V, Scene ii Dr. Butts shows up for a couple of lines with Cranmer & this title king

Henry VIII

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SHAKESPEAREAN LAST LINES--200--"Tis' a wonder, by your leave she will be tamed so"

The Taming of the Shrew

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SHAKESPEAREAN LAST LINES--400--"Give me your hands if we be friends, and Robin shall restore amends"

A Midsummer Night's Dream

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SHAKESPEAREAN LAST LINES--600--"Sir John, to Master Brook you yet shall hold your word, for he tonight shall lie with Mistress Ford"

The Merry Wives of Windsor

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SHAKESPEAREAN LAST LINES--800--"And then to Rome--Come, Dolabella, see high order in this great solemnity"

Antony and Cleopatra

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SHAKESPEAREAN LAST LINES--1000--"We came into the world like brother and brother, and now let's go hand-in-hand, not one before another"

A Comedy of Errors