Name a Shakespeare Play A-Z

Name a canonical Shakespeare Play for each relevant letter of the alphabet.
Ignore The/A
Canonical plays as per this article
Quiz by overtired
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Last updated: February 28, 2020
First submittedFebruary 28, 2020
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Letter
Shakespeare Play
A
All's Well That Ends Well | Antony and Cleopatra | As You Like It
C
The Comedy of Errors | Coriolanus | Cymbeline
E
Edward III
H
Hamlet | Henry IV | Henry V | Henry VI | Henry VIII
J
Julius Caesar
K
King John | King Lear
L
Love's Labour's Lost
M
Macbeth | Measure for Measure | The Merchant of Venice | The Merry Wives of Windsor | A Midsummer Night's Dream | Much Ado about Nothing
O
Othello
P
Pericles, Prince of Tyre
R
Richard II | Richard III | Romeo and Juliet
T
The Taming of the Shrew | The Tempest | Timon of Athens | Titus Andronicus | Troilus and Cressida | Twelfth Night | The Two Gentlemen of Verona | The Two Noble Kinsmen
W
The Winter's Tale
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Level 66
Apr 17, 2021
Nice quiz! Interesting application of A-Z format to a topic. Allowing 'Henry' as a type-in for all the Henry [] plays is very generous, I would say even too much.
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Level 31
Oct 5, 2021
Edward III is canonical now? I know W.S. is considered to have contributed a bit to it (as with Sir Thomas More), but it's not contained in any of the several recent complete editions I own. If it's allowed, then perhaps Love's Labour's Won and Cardenio should be too, as they're widely accepted as lost plays by Shakespeare. Let all this nitpicking not obscure how much I enjoyed this quiz.
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Level 82
Oct 6, 2021
Just going by the source, which doesn't include lost plays.