Today In this post I will share, Cuentos de Invierno By Ignacio Manuel Altamirano  PDF  free download. Winter's Tale is a play by William Shakespeare, originally published in the first folio of 1623 and composed between 1610 and 1611. Although generally classified as a comedy, some modern publishers have argued that the play would be Shakespeare's last romance.

Other critics support the idea that this is one of the author's problematic works because the first three works are characterized by intense psychological drama, the last two are ridiculous and give a happy ending to the work.

The play reappeared in 1753 after a long hiatus from David Garrick's adaptation of Florigel and Pardita. During the 19th century, his fourth work became very popular.

The play begins with a meeting between Polixenes, king of Bolimia, and his childhood friend Leontes, king of Sicily. Nine months later, Polyxen will have to return to her home state to fulfill her obligation and see her son. Leontes desperately tries to finish it, but fails. Leontes then decides to send his wife, Queen Hermione, to Polyxinase.

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Hermione agrees and after three short speeches she lets him stay. Leontes wonders how Irmian was able to explain Polixen so easily, and Leontes begins to suspect that his pregnant wife has an affair and that the child he is expecting belongs to Polixen. Leontes Camillas, a Sicilian nobleman, instructed Polyxin to be poisoned. Camilo, however, warns Polyxen and they both flee to Bohemia.

Angered by the escape, Leontes publicly accuses his wife of distrust and declares that the child she is carrying is illegal. Leontes sends his wife to prison in protest of his aristocracy, and sends his two aristocrats, Cleomenis and Dion, to the Oracle in Delphi to confirm his suspicions. Meanwhile, the queen gives birth to a daughter and her friend Paulina brings her to the king, hoping that the girl's vision will soften her.

However, this makes her even more angry and she instructs Paulina's husband Antigono to take the child to an abandoned place. Cleomenis and Dion return from Delphi to bring King Hermione to justice. Oracle has ruled that Hermione and Polixen are innocent, Camilo is an honest man, and Leontes will have no heirs until he finds his daughter.

 Leontes refuses to believe the truth. At that moment the news came that Leontes' son Mamilo had died. Irmion loses consciousness and Paulina appears to inform King Leontes of his wife's death. Leontes vowed to spend the rest of his days atonement for losing his son, his abandoned daughter and his queen.

Meanwhile, Antigonus abandons the baby on the Bohemian coast. Hermione shows him in a dream and tells him to call his daughter Pardita. Leaving her, he leaves a bundle of gold beside her to suggest that the girl is of noble blood. Then, a violent storm is seen that sinks the Antigonus ship that sailed there.

Antigonus is sorry for the baby, but is attacked by a bear in Shakespeare's most famous stage direction: "He went out to chase a bear." Fortunately, Pardita is rescued by a shepherd and his son.

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