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A Comedia Dos Erros (Portuguese) HD

A Comedia Dos Erros (Portuguese) HD

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A Comédia Dos Erros is a short play written by William Shakespeare between 1592 and 1594. Mistaken identity of identical twin brothers forms the basis of the play. Shakespeare added additional twin characters such as identical twin servants to the twin brothers and episodes to capture the essence of the theme.

A Comédia Dos Erros is the story of Aegeon, a Syracusan merchant, who was separated from his wife and a twin son in a shipwreck. Aegeon is arrested in Euphesus and the confusion begins when Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant, Dromio of Syracuse, arrive in Ephesus in search of their lost family. Ephesus also happens to be the home of his twin brother, Antipholus of Ephesus and his servant Dromio of Ephesus. When the Syracusans meet the family and friends of Ephesus, the adventure begins. The mistaken identity leads to arrest of Antipholus of Ephesus and accuse him of being lunatic.

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