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Measure for Measure

noun

  1. a comedy (1604) by Shakespeare.


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Whether it was Posner’s revolutionary take on “Measure for Measure” in 2006, or the adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility” by New York’s Bedlam theater in 2016, she seemed intent on defying expectations rather than just meeting them.

Only through measure-for-measure exactness will the wrongdoer be paid back properly and justly.

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