On the nature of romeos love if shakespeare had proposed to himself to illustrate and make manifest the various movements and qualities appertaining to and constituting the passion of love would he have made it the first action of his lover to rise from the feet of one mistress and without a moments pause throw himself before another . Shakespeares romeo and juliet is perhaps the most read and beloved of all stage works now the most extensively annotated version of the play to date makes it completely accessible to readers in the twenty first century. Romeo and juliet annotated by henry n hudson with an introduction by charles harold herford romeo and juliet no fear shakespeare william shakespeare. One of shakespeares most iconic plays romeo and juliet is the tale of young love gone horribly wrong as a combination of the lovers warring families outside events and their own rashness conspire to wreak tragedy on juliet and her romeo. This is the introduction to william shakespeares romeo and juliet written in the form of a sonnet shakespeares play was based on the tragicall historye of romeus and juliet a 1562 narrative poem by arthur brooke which was actually the inspiration for many plays during the time
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