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Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a play written (at least in part) by William Shakespeare and included in modern editions of his collected works despite some questions over its authorship, as it was not included in the First Folio. Many modern editors believe that Shakespeare is responsible for the main portion

  • Pericles, Prince of Tyre
  • Act I
  • PROLOGUE
  • SCENE I. Antioch. A room in the palace.
  • SCENE II. Tyre. A room in the palace.
  • SCENE III. Tyre. An ante-chamber in the palace.
  • SCENE IV. Tarsus. A room in the Governor's house.
  • Act II
  • SCENE I. Pentapolis. An open place by the sea-side.
  • SCENE II. The same. A public way or platform leading to the lists. A pavilion by the side of it for the reception of King, Princess, Lords, & c.
  • SCENE III. The same. A hall of state: a banquet prepared.
  • SCENE IV. Tyre. A room in the Governor's house.
  • SCENE V. Pentapolis. A room in the palace.
  • Act III
  • SCENE I.
  • SCENE II. Ephesus. A room in CERIMON's house.
  • SCENE III. Tarsus. A room in CLEON's house.
  • SCENE IV. Ephesus. A room in CERIMON's house.
  • Act IV
  • SCENE I. Tarsus. An open place near the sea-shore.
  • SCENE II. Mytilene. A room in a brothel.
  • SCENE III. Tarsus. A room in CLEON's house.
  • SCENE IV.
  • SCENE V. Mytilene. A street before the brothel.
  • SCENE VI. The same. A room in the brothel.
  • Act V
  • SCENE I. On board PERICLES' ship, off Mytilene. A close pavilion on deck, with a curtain before it; PERICLES within it, reclined on a couch. A barge lying beside the Tyrian vessel.
  • SCENE II.
  • SCENE III. The temple of Diana at Ephesus; THAISA standing near the altar, as high priestess; a number of Virgins on each side; CERIMON and other Inhabitants of Ephesus attending.
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