Category: Plays – Summary

  • Summary of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

    The Tempest is the play used by Shakespeare to convey the importance of happiness in life and the best way to achieve it is not by taking revenge but by granting forgiveness to your enemies. Short Summary The Tempest contains one main plot and three sub-plots, all of which have been woven into the main…

  • Summary of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice

    A Jew by the name of Shylock lived in Venice. He had become very rich by lending money at huge rates of interest to Christian Merchants. Shylock was a hard hearted man and he was hated for his cruelty by all good men. Antonio, a Christian and young merchant of Venice, hated him immensely.Shylock hated…

  • Summary of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest

    The Importance of Being Ernest is a play written by Oscar Wilde. It is Wilde’s most popular play. Summary Algernon, an aristocratic young Londoner, pretends to have a friend named Bunbury. Bunbury loves the country and is frequently in ill health: Whenever Algernon wants to avoid an unwelcome social obligation, he makes an ostensible visit…

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