Romeo and Juliet
Penguin UK, 7.04.2005 г. - 320 страници
'Shakespeare invented the human as we continue to know it' Harold Bloom
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ADRIAN POOLE is Professor of English Literature and a Fellow of Trinity College,
Cambridge. His publications include Shakespeare and the Victorians and
Tragedy: Shakespeare and the Greek Example. William Shakespeare ROMEO
It is apparent in the self-conscious classicism of plays of the early 1590s such as
the tragedy of Titus Andronicus, The Comedy of Errors, and the narrative poems
Venus and Adonis (1592–3) and The Rape of Lucrece (1593–4), and is still ...
Equally, none of his tragedies is without humour: Hamlet is as witty as any of his
comic heroes, Macbeth has its Porter, and King Lear its Fool. His greatest comic
character, Falstaff, inhabits the history plays and Henry V ends with a marriage, ...
The horror, the tragedy even, would be to grow old, ordinary and boring, like your
parents. But there's another way of understanding this motto. Suppose it is the
parents speaking: 'If you live fast, ...' Then it sounds like the kind of sensible, ...
Their tragedy is that the first time is also the last time. They achieve the
immortality of legend by dying before they have time to slow down, grow up, grow
old. What a waste. Or what a way to go. Many interpretations of the play try to
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Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare. Folger Shakespeare Library. 1992. As I said above, this was a book club selection. Cannot remember when I last read this play, but I loved reading it this time ... Прочетете пълната рецензия
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A classic book that has been rehashed and regurgitated ad nauseum for almost 500 years, it's little surprise why screenwriters and book authors keep on basing stories from this tragic love story of ... Прочетете пълната рецензия
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