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Two Gentlemen of Verona

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Introduction - Full , free online text - Two Gentlemen of Verona
This section contains the free online text of Two Gentlemen of Verona the famous Shakespearean play. The enduring works of the great Bard feature many famous and well loved characters. The full online text and script of Two Gentlemen of Verona convey vivid impressions. The language used today is, in many ways, different to that used in the 16th century Elizabethan era and this is often reflected in the script and text used in Shakespearean plays. It is therefore not surprising that we have no experience or  understanding of some of the words contained in the text / script of Two Gentlemen of Verona.
We have therefore included a free online  Shakespeare Dictionary for most of the more obscure words used in the script and text of his plays, some of which are obsolete in modern language or Dictionaries. Make a note of any unusual words or text that you encounter whilst reading the online text of the play and then check their definition in the free online Shakespeare Dictionary.

Script / Text of Two Gentlemen of Verona
The script of this play is extremely long. To reduce the time to load the script of the play, and for ease in accessing specific sections of the script, we have separated the text into Acts. Please click on the appropriate links to access the Act of your choice.

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Act III

Act IV

Act V


William Shakespeare never published any of his plays and therefore none of the original manuscripts have survived. Eighteen unauthorised versions of his plays were, however, published during his lifetime in quarto editions by unscrupulous publishers (there were no copyright laws protecting Shakespeare and his works during the Elizabethan era). A collection of his works did not appear until 1623 ( a full seven years after Shakespeare's death on April 23, 1616) when two of his fellow actors, John Hemminges and Henry Condell, posthumously recorded his work and published 36 of Williamís plays in the First Folio. 

Script of Two Gentlemen of Verona a play by William Shakespeare

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