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- Why does the King plan to study and fast for three years?
- What is the penalty for a woman who comes within a mile of the court?
- What has Costard done that merits punishment?
See 1.1.273 (and earlier).
- How does the King get around avoid breaking his oath when the Princess arrives?
- Why must the Princess wait for the answer to her request?
- Costard mistakes the letters he delivers. The first is from Don Armado the Jaquenetta; who does Costard think it is from -- and to?
- Who does Jacquenetta take her (mistaken) letter to?
- When the four lords enter to read their sonnets, who is last to enter and first to be discovered?
See 4.3.81 and 4.3.131.
- How is Berowne's sonnet discovered?
- How does Moth explain the extraordinary language of the Pedants?
- What does Don Armado ask the Pedants to do for the King?
- How do the ladies know that the lords are coming in disguise?
- The ladies mask, and swap "favours" so that the lords will be confused; who does the King woo in error?
- What is the Princess's response to the King's invitation to her to come finally inside to court?
- What makes Berowne angry with Boyet?
- What makes Berowne pleased with Boyet?
- What news does Marcade bring?
- How is the King to earn the Princess's love?
- How is Berowne to earn the love of Rosalind?
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