ASSIGNMENT ID
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SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 2nd April 2017
COMPLETED ON 3rd April 2017
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discussthe use of cuckoldry as an effective weapon in the play.

A 5 paragraph essay, 9 points needed, a legit thesis statement is needed which answers the essay topic questions and provides a focus for the entire paper, MLA format, a minimum of three properly integrated quotations from the play.
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