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The Merry Wives of Windsor Act 5, Scene 4

By William Shakespeare

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Act 5, Scene 4

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  • Evans, Page, and a bunch of little kids dressed as fairies show up at the park.
  • For some reason, Evans is dressed as a satyr. FYI: A satyr is a mythological, sex-crazed creature that's half man and half goat.
  • By the way, our favorite moody teenager (that would be Hamlet) is famous for calling his stepdad/uncle a "satyr" in Act 1, scene 2 of Hamlet.

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