Sinónimos de Shakespeare
Sir Andrew AguecheekTwelfth NightAntonioThe Merchant of VeniceAntonyAntony and Cleopatra, Julius CaesarArielThe TempestAufidiusCoriolanusAutolycusThe Winter's TaleBanquoMacbetha character in Shakespeare's Macbeth: the ghost of Banquo appears to Macbeth, who had ordered his murder BassanioThe Merchant of VeniceBeatriceMuch Ado About NothingSir Toby BelchTwelfth NightBenedickMuch Ado About NothingBolingbrokeRichard IIBottomA Midsummer Night's DreamBrutusJulius CaesarCalibanThe TempestCascaJulius CaesarCassioOthelloCassiusJulius CaesarClaudioMuch Ado About Nothing, Measure for MeasureClaudiusHamletCleopatraAntony and CleopatraCordeliaKing Learin Shakespeare's King Lear, the youngest of Lear's three daughters, and the only one faithful to him CoriolanusCoriolanusGaius Marcius Coriolanus, a legendary Roman general of the 5th cent. b.c. CressidaTroilus and Cressida(in medieval adaptations of the story of Troy) a woman who deserts her Trojan lover Troilus for the Greek Diomedes DemetriusA Midsummer Night's DreamDesdemonaOthelloDogberryMuch Ado About NothingEdmundKing LearEnobarbusAntony and CleopatraFalstaffHenry IV Parts I and II, The Merry Wives of WindsorSir Johnin Shakespeare's Henry IV and The Merry Wives of Windsor, a fat, witty, boastful knight, convivial but dissolute FerdinandThe TempestFesteTwelfth NightFluellenHenry VFoolKing LearGertrudeHamletGloucesterKing LearGonerilKing Learin Shakespeare's King Lear, the elder of Lear's two cruel and disloyal daughters GuildensternHamletHamletHamleta tragedy by Shakespeare (c. 1602) HelenaAll's Well that Ends Well, A Midsummer Night's DreamHermiaA Midsummer Night's DreamHeroMuch Ado About NothingHotspurHenry IV Part IIagoOthelloJaquesAs You Like Ita cynically philosophical nobleman in Shakespeare's As You Like It John of GauntRichard IIJulietRomeo and JulietJulius CaesarJulius CaesarKatharina or KateThe Taming of the ShrewKentKing LearLaertesHamletLearKing LearLysanderA Midsummer Night's DreamMacbethMacbethdied 1057, king of Scotland (1040–57): succeeded Duncan, whom he killed in battle; defeated and killed by Duncan's son Malcolm III Lady MacbethMacbethMacduffMacbethMalcolmMacbethMalvolioTwelfth NightMercutioRomeo and JulietMirandaThe TempestOberonA Midsummer Night's Dream(in medieval folklore) the king of the fairies, husband of Titania OctaviusAntony and CleopatraOliviaTwelfth NightOpheliaHamletin Shakespeare's Hamlet, Polonius's daughter, in love with Hamlet OrlandoAs You Like ItOrsinoTwelfth NightOthelloOthello PandarusTroilus and Cressida(in medieval legend) the procurer of Cressida on behalf of Troilus PerditaThe Winter's TalePetruchioThe Taming of the ShrewPistolHenry IV Part II, Henry V, The Merry Wives of WindsorPoloniusHamletin Shakespeare's Hamlet, a verbose, sententious old courtier, father of Ophelia and Laertes PortiaThe Merchant of Venicethe heroine of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice ProsperoThe Tempestthe deposed, magic-working Duke of Milan in Shakespeare's The Tempest, exiled on an island with his daughter Miranda PuckA Midsummer Night's DreamMistress QuicklyThe Merry Wives of WindsorReganKing Learin Shakespeare's King Lear, the younger of Lear's two cruel and disloyal daughters RomeoRomeo and JulietRosalindAs You Like ItRosencrantzHamletSebastianThe Tempest, Twelfth NightShylockThe Merchant of VeniceThersitesTroilus and CressidaTimonTimon of AthensTitaniaA Midsummer Night's Dream(in medieval folklore) the queen of the fairies and wife of Oberon TouchstoneAs You Like ItTroilusTroilus and Cressidathe youngest son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba, slain at Troy. In medieval romance he is portrayed as the lover of Cressida TybaltRomeo and JulietViolaTwelfth Night ▷ See Shakespeare
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