Fall in love with Shakespeare’s timeless story of love, vengeance and tragedy. Shakespeare In Bits: Romeo & Juliet promises to engage the mind and wrench the hearts of all who view, read and listen to it. The ultimate study guide, this is everything you will ever need to understand, teach and appreciate one of the most enduring plays of all time.
A timeless story of love, vengeance and tragedy - a tragic tale of two “star-cross’d lovers” whose untimely deaths united two feuding families.
In the Italian city-state of Verona, a blood feud is raging between the powerful Montague and Capulet families. Fuelled by an ancient hatred and fanned by the hot days of summer, the centuries-old quarrel between the two clans refuses to stay contained. Open battles erupt on the streets while the authorities struggle to clamp down on the deadly violence.
Amidst this background of fury and bitterness, an impulsive young man and a sheltered young lady from opposite sides of the conflict meet for the first time. Their stars cross explosively, but their brief whirlwind of romance and tragedy will bring the conflict to a boil and forever shape the destinies of their families.
"For never was a story of more woe
Than this of Juliet and her Romeo"
Shakespeare In Bits: Romeo & Juliet is the only study guide you need to understand, teach and appreciate one of Shakespeare's finest works. Suitable for teachers and students of all ages in the classroom — and beyond.
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