Romeo and Juliet
Henry Altemus - 192 pages
The Shubert Stock Company grand production of Shakespeare's masterpiece, "Romeo and Juliet," the acting version used in this production arranged by Wm. C. Masson, incidental music form the opera of "Bomeo and Juliet," [i.e. Romeo and Juliet] selected and arranged by Prof. T.H. Hinton, produced under the stage direction of William Charles Masson, scenery by Robert Brunton. Costumes furnished by Wolff, Fording & Co.
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A bit difficult to understand, but NOT worth it.User Review - l.in.h. - Borders
I read this book back in eighth grade and it was horrible. The ending was completely, in my opinion, unrealistic. The girl is only 13 yet she thinks she's fallen in love. The story is clearly based on emotions and has not reached the level of a true relationship. Read full review
its . . . shakespeareUser Review - Ashley55 - Borders
i found this book to be a great book to read. in the beginning, there was a different, modern version that retold the story, then the original story by shakespeare followed. the first story helped me ... Read full review