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Troilus and Cressida is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1602. The play (also described as one of Shakespeare's problem plays) is not a conventional tragedy, since its protagonist (Troilus) does not die. The play ends instead on a very bleak note with the death of the noble

  • Troilus and Cressida
  • Act I
  • PROLOGUE
  • SCENE I. Troy. Before Priam's palace.
  • SCENE II. The Same. A street.
  • SCENE III. The Grecian camp. Before Agamemnon's tent.
  • Act II
  • SCENE I. A part of the Grecian camp.
  • SCENE II. Troy. A room in Priam's palace.
  • SCENE III. The Grecian camp. Before Achilles' tent.
  • Act III
  • SCENE I. Troy. Priam's palace.
  • SCENE II. The same. Pandarus' orchard.
  • SCENE III. The Grecian camp. Before Achilles' tent.
  • Act IV
  • SCENE I. Troy. A street.
  • SCENE II. The same. Court of Pandarus' house.
  • SCENE III. The same. Street before Pandarus' house.
  • SCENE IV. The same. Pandarus' house.
  • SCENE V. The Grecian camp. Lists set out.
  • Act V
  • SCENE I. The Grecian camp. Before Achilles' tent.
  • SCENE II. The same. Before Calchas' tent.
  • SCENE III. Troy. Before Priam's palace.
  • SCENE IV. Plains between Troy and the Grecian camp.
  • SCENE V. Another part of the plains.
  • SCENE VI. Another part of the plains.
  • SCENE VII. Another part of the plains.
  • SCENE VIII. Another part of the plains.
  • SCENE IX. Another part of the plains.
  • SCENE X. Another part of the plains.
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