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From the greatest writer of English literature, William Shakespeare, comes Romeo And Juliet, which is known to be the most acclaimed and brilliant story of romance, which wasn’t considered a reason of tragedy in the time it was released, making it a unique theme. This made it a transforming subject, which even today stands incomparable to any other book written on romance. A young boy Romeo and a beautiful girl Juliet, falls in love, which has been extraordinarily presented in this book.
The ignited romance of Romeo and Juliet are woven with a touch of hatred, comedy, and strong tragedy. The families of these two enter into a bitter fight with each other, bringing a tragic turn to the magnificently romantic love-story. This classic book still continues to shake the hearts of modern audience and succeeds to be the greatest love story ever existed. Shakespeare has used his dramatic-poetic language to stitch comedy and tragedy in a way that creates a consistent atmosphere of tension and involvement.
Romeo And Juliet has been taken for several movies, stage-shows, and operas. Love, revenge, murder, hatred, agony, comedy, combined with family refusal, secret marriage and tragic events make the book a rich reading text. For the readers who appreciate the romantic classics, Romeo And Juliet (Collins Classics) proves to be a book with vivid characters and captivating plot. Harper Press published Romeo And Juliet (Collins Classics) in 2011 in paperback.
About the Author
Known as the greatest writer of English literature, William Shakespeare was also a poet, actor, dramatist, and playwright. Titled as the Bard of Avon, Shakespeare is also called England’s National Poet. He has written around one fifty-four sonnets, thirty-eight plays, five poems, several novels, and verses. All of his plays have been translated into most of the languages across the globe and are dramatised incomparable to any other playwright. He used to experiment a lot in his writing styles. He acquired writing style of iambic pentameter, and applied it in a lot of his poems, which used to be considered arrhythmic and inconsistent earlier, but he created beautiful poems in it.