Romeo and Juliet
Performed all over the world, and constantly adapted and reinterpreted in a variety of mediums, Shakespeare’s 1597 tale about the doomed “star-crossed lovers” from enemy families whose tumultuous affair ends in tragedy is one of his best known and most beloved plays. The story of the feuding Montague and Capulet families features the famous balcony scene where the lovers first realize their mutual affection, setting off a series of duels, secret plots, and misunderstandings that eventually leads to one of the most tragic death scenes in all of theater.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - flamingrosedrakon - LibraryThing
Yes I was the fan who enjoyed the little active terrier that old stories on those school afternoons when I couldn't find anything else. Still I find it a shame that he is no longer played for these ... Read full review
Review: Romeo and JulietUser Review - Nicole - Goodreads
I feel that this book is hard to appreciate because of the old Shakespearian english, but despite the fact that I did not thoroughly enjoy the story (and I have to read it for high-school) I can ... Read full review