All's Well that Ends Well


William Shakespeare

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All's Well that Ends Well: Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Read our modern English translation of this scene.
The king comes out on stage and tells the audience that the play is over. He says that “all is well ended,” and asks that the audience show their appreciation for the play by applauding
The king returns onstage to emphasize again the play’s happy conclusion, even though the play’s ending may be more ambiguous than the king would like to let on.
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