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Any one of those, such as the Spanish Amadis de Gaule (1532), may be the "old" or "winter's" tale to which the play refers (5.2.29). [...] The Winter's Tale represents not so much the triumph of one source over another as it does Shakespeare's masterful blending of these sources into his own unique vision.
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