Shakespeare was probably younger than 30 when he wrote this early comedy. It's a farcical story of two sets of twins (masters and servants) separated at birth, two warring cities who have declared death to anyone from one who turns up in the other, and lots of mixups due to mistaken identity. Don't expect any great profundity (although some love dialogue between Antipholus of Syracuse and Luciana sounds very much like passages that will turn up a little later in _Romeo and Juliet_) -- just a lot of fast paced and silly fun.
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The review of this Book prepared by David Loftus