All's Well that Ends Well

by

William Shakespeare

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All's Well that Ends Well: Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Summary
Analysis
In Florence, the duke puts Bertram in charge of his cavalry. Bertram is honored and says that he will fight valiantly. He promises to be a lover of war and a “hater of love.”
Bertram has an opportunity to show his masculine bravery in battle, and stop wasting his time on love affairs. But he won’t be a “hater of love” for long.
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