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Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet The two chief families in Verona were the rich Capulets and the Montagues. There had been an old quarrel between these families, which was grown to such a height, and so deadl…

Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare's famous star-crossed lovers by David Johnson Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers are probably the most famous of all fictional romantic couples. The balcony scene where…

Romeo and Juliet

(Shakespeare). The story is taken from a poetical version by Arthur Brooke of Boisteau's novel, called Rhomeo and Julietta. Boisteau borrowed the main incidents from a story by Luigi da Por…

Romeo

(A). A devoted lover; a lady's man; from Romeo in Shakespeare's tragedy. (See Romeo and Juliet.) James in an evil hour went forth to woo Young Juliet Hart, and was her Romeo. Crabbe: Boroug…

Juliet

Daughter of Lady Capulet, and “sweet sweeting” of Romeo, in Shakespeare's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. She has become a household word for a lady-love. Source: Dictionary of P…

William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Director:Baz LuhrmannWriters:Craig Pearce and Baz LuhrmannEditor: Jill BilcockMusic:Nellee HooperProduction Designer:Catherine MartinProducers:Gabriella Martinelli and Baz LuhrmannTwentieth Ce…

The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

ContentsDramatis PersonaeAct IPrologueScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVScene VAct IIPrologueScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVScene VScene VIAct IIIScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVScene VAct IVSc…

William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, Act V

Act VScene IMantua. A streetEnter RomeoRomeoIf I may trust the flattering truth of sleep, My dreams presage some joyful news at hand: My bosom's lord sits lightly in his throne; And all this d…

William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, Act I

Act IPrologueTwo households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean. From forth the…