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Each phrase we seek is the title of a play by William Shakespeare. Its letters have been jumbled and rearranged.

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Each phrase we seek is the title of a play by William Shakespeare. Its letters have been jumbled and rearranged into a nonsense phrase. You have to piece together the original title.

e.g. "Melt, ha!" = Hamlet

The Hint gives the number of words and the genre of the play.

  1. Regal ink
  2. Mum's mad nightmare is red
  3. Heir in ivy
posted Jul 9, 2015 by Swati Arora

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  1. KING LEAR
  2. A MID SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
  3. HENRY VIII
solution Jul 14, 2015 by Lakshmi Ramprakash



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