William Shakespeare's Works/Comedies/Pericles, Prince of Tyre

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Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a comedy by William Shakespeare. The year it was written is up for debate. Some scholars believe that it was written around 1607, while others claim that it was written earlier, and revised in 1607. The play retells the ancient Grecian myth of the titular character.

Acts[edit]

Dramatis Personæ[edit]

  • Antiochus
  • Pericles
  • Helicanus
  • Escanes
  • Simonides
  • Cleon
  • Lysimachus
  • Cerimon
  • Thaliard
  • Pfiilemon
  • Leonine
  • Marshal
  • a Pandar
  • Boult
  • The Daughter of Antiochus
  • Dionyza
  • Thaisa
  • Marina
  • Lychorida
  • a Bawd
  • Lords
  • Knights
  • Gentlemen
  • Sailors
  • Pirates
  • Fishermen
  • Messengers
  • Diana
  • Gower