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In this Renaissance comedy, a marriage that was entered into for all the wrong reasons goes hilariously astray. The grumpy curmudgeon Morose chooses his wife solely on the basis of how quiet he perceives her to be, as he detests brashness, loud noise, and revelry of all kinds. But soon after the nuptials take place, the union begins to falter.

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