Romeo and Juliet
Nelson Thornes, 1990 - 285 páginas
The Shakespeare Made Easy series aims to take the fear out of Shakespeare. By having Shakespearean and Modern English facing each other, pupils will find it easier to comprehend the text. Through discussion of the life, work and theatre of Shakespeare pupils can gain a more rounded understanding of these classic works.
Fate and coincidence
Act II Scene Balthazar banished beauty Benvolio body cell child comes Count cousin daughter dead dear death doth dream early Enter Exit eyes face fair faith fall Farewell father fear flower follow Friar Lawrence give gone grave Gregory grief hand happy hast hate hath head hear heart heaven Here's Hold holy hour husband I'll Juliet keep killed kiss Lady Capulet leave letter lies light lips live look lord lovers Madam marriage married master means Mercutio Montague morning mother murder Musician never night Nurse Paris Peter play poor Prince Romeo Sampson Scene Servant Shakespeare sleep sorrow soul speak stand stay sweet sword talk tears tell thee thing thou tonight true turn Tybalt villain weeping What's wife young
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