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All's Well That Ends Well

All's Well That Ends Well

  

by William Shakespeare

The First Lord Dumaine and the Second Lord Dumaine

Character Analysis

These two brothers are lords in the king of France's court. In the play, they join the Florentine army along with a bunch of other young French noblemen and run off to fight a war in Italy. They're both good pals with Bertram and they play a major role in the plot to punk Paroles.

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