Locrine; Mucedorus
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Locrine; Mucedorus

By Shakespeare (spurious and doubtful works)
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Table of Contents
  • 1. THE LAMENTABLE TRAGEDY OF LOCRINE
  • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I. PROLOGUE.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.
      • ACT 1. SCENE 2. The house of Strumbo.
      • ACT I. SCENE 3. An apartment in the palace.
      • ACT II. PROLOGUE.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.
      • ACT II. SCENE II.
      • ACT II. SCENE III. The camp of Albanact.
      • ACT II. SCENE IV. The camp of Humber.
      • ACT II. SCENE V. Another part of the field of battle.
      • ACT II. SCENE VI. The camp of the Huns.
      • ACT III. PROLOGUE.
      • ACT III. SCENE I. Troynouant. An apartment in the Royal Palace.
    • ACT III. SCENE II. The banks of the river, afterward the Humber.
      • ACT III. SCENE III. Before the hut of a peasant.
    • ACT III. SCENE IV. The camp of Locrine.
      • ACT III. SCENE V. The field of battle.
      • ACT III. SCENE VI. Another part of the field.
      • ACT IV. PROLOGUE.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I. The camp of Locrine.
      • ACT IV. SCENE II. A forest.
      • ACT IV. SCENE III. A chamber in the Royal Palace.
      • ACT IV. SCENE IV. The entrance of a cave, near which runs the river, afterward the Humber.]
    • ACT V. PROLOGUE.
      • ACT V. SCENE I. A chamber in the Royal Palace.
      • ACT V. SCENE II. The camp of Gwendoline.
      • ACT V. SCENE III. The camp of Locrine.
      • ACT V. SCENE IV. The field of battle.
  • 2. A MOST PLEASANT COMEDY OF MUCEDORUS THE KING'S SON OF VALENTIA, AND AMADINE, THE KING'S DAUGHTER OF ARRAGON.
  • THE PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • INDUCTION.
      • ACT I. SCENE I. Valentia. The Court.
      • ACT I. SCENE II. A Forest in Arragon.
      • ACT I. SCENE III. The same.
      • ACT I. SCENE IV. Outskirts of the Forest.
      • ACT II. SCENE I. The Camp of the King of Arragon.
      • ACT II. SCENE II. The same.
      • ACT II. SCENE III. The Forest.
      • ACT II. SCENE IV. Arragon. a Room of State in the Court.
      • ACT III. SCENE I. Grove near the Court.
      • ACT III. SCENE II. The Court.
      • ACT III. SCENE III. The Forest.
      • ACT III. SCENE IV. The same.
      • ACT III. SCENE V. The same.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I. Valentia. The Court.
      • ACT IV. SCENE II. The Forest.
      • ACT IV. SCENE III. The same.
      • ACT IV. SCENE IV. The Court.
      • ACT V. SCENE I. The Forest.
      • ACT V. SCENE II. Open Place near the Court of the King of Arragon.
      • EPILOGUE.
      • FINIS.
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