Troilus and Cressida
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While sometimes regarded as a dark comedy today, Shakespeare listed his Troilus and Cressida as a tragedy in his First Folio of 1623. Commonly referred to as one of Shakespeare's "problem plays," Troilus and Cressida contains elements of racy comedy and tragic gloom, making it hard for readers and viewers to identify with the characters' experiences. Featuring characters of Greek and Roman lore, the drama follows the love affair of the title characters amidst an ongoing struggle between the Greeks and the Trojans.

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While sometimes regarded as a dark comedy today, Shakespeare listed his Troilus and Cressida as a tragedy in his First Folio of 1623. Commonly referred to as one of Shakespeare's "problem plays," Troilus and Cressida contains elements of racy comedy and tragic gloom, making it hard for readers and viewers to identify with the characters' experiences. Featuring characters of Greek and Roman lore, the drama follows the love affair of the title characters amidst an ongoing struggle between the Greeks and the Trojans.
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Shakespeare, W. (1901). Troilus and Cressida. New York: The University Society.

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Shakespeare, William. 1901. Troilus and Cressida. New York: The University Society.

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Shakespeare, William, Troilus and Cressida. New York: The University Society, 1901.

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Shakespeare, William. Troilus and Cressida. New York: The University Society, 1901. Web.

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