“The Comedy of Errors” By William Shakespeare Review

Two sets of twins are separated at birth by a storm at sea: a pair of masters (both named Antipholus) and a pair of servants (both named Dromio). Years later, the Antipholus-and-Dromio pair raised in Syracuse happen to visit Ephesus, where the respective twins reside—providing the basis for ongoing incidents of mistaken identity, within a lively plot of quarrels, arrests, and a grand courtroom denouement.

Another decent play from no other than William Shakespeare. It was one of the best plays by William Shakespeare I’ve read so far but of course I still have to read the more popular plays written by William Shakespeare. 

This play for the most part is enjoyable and well-crafted but still I personally felt like there was something missing here and I just couldn’t quite really get into it the way I wanted. 

This play was really a quick read which really made me like it a little bit more in a way. 

The writing style here was pretty good but it still felt really old and it wasn’t quite retable because it was written so long ago. 

I Give This Play 3 / 5

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s