Instructions for R & J Project

Romeo and Juliet is probably William Shakespeare's most famous play, and possibly the most famous play in all of English Literature.  The tragic story of two "star cross'd lovers" has moved readers and audiences for over 400 years, and still speaks as beautifully as it did when first written.  It is a story filled with contrasts--love and hatred, joy and sorrow, violence and passion, life and death.  It is above all the story of young love, written when Shakespeare himself was a young man.  Pay attention as you read, and you too can experience why there "never was a story of more woe / Than this of Juliet and her Romeo."

4th Six Weeks:  Drama

Web Resources

 

ACT I

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ACT II

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ACT III

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ACT IV

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ACT V

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