2 Works in All's Well That Ends Well - Shakespeare
27 Oct 2013
The Countess of Roussillon watches her daughter-in-law’s belly grow big with the child she thought she’d never live to see. She knows that this will be her only grandchild: a gift tricked out of her unloving son in an act of disguise, like the end of an old tale.
Snippets -- mostly from the Countess' point of view -- from the birth of her grandchildren to her funeral.