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Helen, the orphaned daughter of a renowned physician, finds herself under the guardianship of the mourning Countess of Rossillion. Her heart beats passionately for the Countess's son, Bertram, driving her to the splendors and machinations of the royal court. Within this setting of political maneuvering and societal norms, Helen astonishes all by miraculously healing the sickly French king with her inherited medical skills.
However, the journey of love is seldom linear, more so when feelings remain unreturned. As Helen relentlessly seeks Bertram's love, their tale unfolds with a mix of wit, sorrow, and profound insights.
This edition offers a dual experience: Shakespeare's original script paired with its modern translation, providing a bridge over centuries of linguistic evolution. Immerse yourself in this timeless love story, where the allure of the past is juxtaposed with contemporary clarity, ensuring that, in love and in tales, all's well that ends well.