Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Romeo And Juliet by William Shakespeare, reviewed by Sathi Das

Romeo And Juliet by William Shakespeare

Reviewed by
Sathi Das
School: Gyan Mandir Public School

1. Name of the Book : Romeo and Juliet.

2. About the Author : Most famous play begins with a Prologue which establishes that this play will be a tragedy and that the children of two feuding families Romeo of the Montague and Juliet of the Capulet family, will both love and die in the course of this play.

3. Main Characters:

- Romeo

- Juliet

Sampson and Gregory, servants to the Capulet and Abraham and Batthasau, servants to the Montague family start a street fight, which is joined by Benvolio (Montague) and Tybalt (Capulet). Eecalus, the Price of Verona who angrily learns of this fight, declares a death penalty for further feuding between the two families. Romeo we learn is lovesick; Rosalino, the object of his affections will not return his love. His friend Bonuolio tells Romeo to look at other girl.

Meanwhile Capulet is keen for Paris to marry his daughter Juliet and plans a party to be held later that night. Romeo and friend decide to turn up uninvited, Romeo hoping to see, Rosaline, whom he still pines for …

Lady Capulet discusses the idea of marriage to Paris with Juliet. Juliet keeps her option open. The Nurse wishes Juliet every possible happiness.

Meanwhile Mercutio attempts to cheer a lovesick. Romeo up, telling him to be rough with love if need be.

At the Capulet’s party. Romeo who is disguised by a mosque 9mask), falls in love with Juliet on sight. Capulet stops Tybalt from attacking Romeo at his party, telling him there will be other opportunities. Both Romeo and Juliet learn that they are each enemies of the other’s family. A prologues sung by a chair dramatized the conflict both Romeo and Juliet feel between t heir love for one another and their loyalty to their respective families.

I re-comment these book lover on the world.

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