Romeo and juliet original book cover

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romeo and juliet original book cover

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Seller Rating:. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: GVG. First printing. Play format. Square, solid, unmarked copy with tanning to inside covers, pages are lightly tanned, creases on front cover and upper spine, some color flaking on front cover.
File Name: romeo and juliet original book cover.zip
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Published 05.01.2019

Dire Straits - Romeo And Juliet (Official Video)

Romeo and Juliet

I enjoyed actually reading Juliet's melodramatic expressions of love That I shall say good-night till it be morrow. Oh Boy! Franco Zeffirelli's movie version of Romeo and Juliet is excellent! Just like reading the screenplay.

Institution Rights and Document Citation

As it hath been often with great applause plaid publiquely, by the Right Honourable the L. The sonnet shared by Romeo and Juliet at their first meeting, in which their playful banter with the religious language of pilgrims and saints leads to a kiss, was adapted both by John Weever in a sonnet dedicated to Shakespeare , and by the compiler of The Passionate Pilgrim. John Danter published the first quarto, and although his name appears in the imprint, he printed only the first four sheets. In a practice typical of the book trade, Danter shared the printing with Edward Allde, who printed the final six sheets of the play, as evidenced by the varying sizes of type and additional lines on each of the pages printed by Allde. The copy shown above was once owned by the Shakespearean actor David Garrick, who bequeathed it to the British Museum upon his death in

3 COMMENTS

  1. Saville C. says:

    Romeo and Juliet: (Original Edition) (Best Sellers: Classic Books) [W. although it does say "Music Edition") but I bought it for the movie and not for the cover.

  2. Belisarda F. says:

    Romeo and Juliet - Wikipedia

  3. Michelle V. says:

    Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families.

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