All's Well That Ends Well
The play's central romantic figures are a young nobleman called Bertram and an orphaned commoner called Helena. The problems with their romance are due to their different backgrounds and that it is at first a one sided affair with Helena falling in lobe with Bertram. Being a comedy, (albeit with serious undercurrents), Bertram comes around and All's Well does indeed End Well.
- Temple Shakespeare Fifth Edition
- Publisher J M Dent and Co., London; 1900
- Burgundy Cloth Hardback with Gilt Titles and Decoration, Gilt Page Tops, 154 pp
- Illustration to Frontis Court Yard of Grammar School
- Size 130 x 100mm, 250g
Condition: Very Good – No Dust Jacket, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy