The Winter’s Tale
 Act 4, Scene 4

Enter FLORIZEL and PERDITA
Enter Shepherd, Clown, MOPSA, DORCAS, and others, with POLIXENES and CAMILLO disguised
Clown
Music. Here a dance of Shepherds and Shepherdesses

Enter Servant
Exit Servant
Enter AUTOLYCUS, singing
Re-enter Servant
Servant
Exit
Here a dance of twelve Satyrs

Re-enter AUTOLYCUS
Camillo
Exeunt FLORIZEL, PERDITA, and CAMILLO

The Winter’s Tale

The Winter’s Tale

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