Romeo and Juliet - The Student's Shakespeare

With Notes, Characters, Plot and Exam Themes

By William Shakespeare

Format: Paperback

The drama of Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous of all tragedies. It tells the story of two 'star-crossed' lovers whose young lives are cruelly cut short because of a bitter feud between their families. Shakespeare was young when he wrote the play, and the exquisite language captures his sympathy for the lovers.

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The drama of Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous of all tragedies. It tells the story of two 'star-crossed' lovers whose young lives are cruelly cut short because of a bitter feud between their families. Since it was published in 1597, Romeo and Juliet has been performed all round the world, made into box office recordbreaking films, ballets and adapted by Leonard Bernstein for his world-famous musical, West Side Story. Shakespeare was young when he wrote the play, and the exquisite language captures his sympathy for the lovers. This new edition includes the complete text with explanatory notes and a full introduction that describes the setting, summarises the plot and profiles the main characters. It discusses Shakespeare's language and the play's themes, and it gives typical essay and test questions to help students prepare for exams. Includes: Introduction The Story of Romeo and Juliet The Play's Characters Themes and Language Examining the Play The Play Notes

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Format Paperback
Imprint Gresham Publishing
Publication Date 24 Oct 2014
ISBN 9781842058695
Number of Pages 208

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