Best Marriage in Shakespeare?

http://www.shakespeareteacher.com/blog/archives/465 Shakespeare Teacher’s got up the “question of the week”, who has the best marriage in Shakespeare?  Is it, as Harold Bloom suggests, the Macbeths?  No taking the easy way out – ShakespeareTeacher doesn’t want to count any comedies that end in weddings, since we don’t technically know how the marriage will work out. What do you think?

2 thoughts on “Best Marriage in Shakespeare?

  1. Did Bloom really say that? What an awful choice! No, I would vote for Marc Antony and Portia–both noble and caring people.

  2. Oops. Slip of the pen. Meant Brutus and Portia, of course.

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