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All’s Well That End’s Well

This translation of Shakespeare’s overlooked play will captivate contemporary readers.

Virginia Grise takes on one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known plays in her translation of All’s Well That Ends Well. It is a play that has challenged actors, directors, and audiences for four-hundred years, and in this edition, Grise updates Shakespeare’s language for modern ears.

This translation was written as part of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play On! project, which commissioned new translations of thirty-nine Shakespeare plays. These translations present the work of "The Bard" in language accessible to modern audiences while never losing the beauty of Shakespeare’s verse. These volumes make these works available for the first time in print—a new First Folio for a new era.

130 pages | 5 x 7-3/4

Play on Shakespeare

Literature and Literary Criticism: Dramatic Works

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