Love's Labour's Won 1595–1596
Well Francis Meres had to come in useful sometime
- First official record: Francis Meres' Palladis Tamia (1598)
- First published: published in quarto before 1603
- First recorded performance: there are no recorded performances of the play
- Evidence: The title is present on a list of published plays by Christopher Hunt dated August 1603. The title suggests it was written as a sequel to Love's Labour's Lost, hence its position in the Oxford chronology. Whether this play ever existed has been debated, with some critics speculating that the play is known by another name, a situation similar to Henry VIII, which was originally performed with the title All is True. Since Meres mentions neither The Taming of the Shrew nor Much Ado About Nothing, these two plays are cited as possibilities. All's Well That Ends Well has also been suggested.