Tales from Shakespeare

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| 7 contributi totali di cui 2 recensioni , 4 citazioni , 0 immagini , 1 nota , 0 video
Wrote 6/20/10

non mi ha colpito particolarmente.
ad ogni modo scorrevole e ben scritto.

Wrote 12/29/08

Ma Shakespeare una via di mezzo tra finale drammatico e l'happy-ending proprio non ti piace?

Wrote Aug 04, 2010, 22:21
"Oh Romeo, Romeo!" said she, "wherefore art thou, Romeo? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for my sake; or if thou wilt not, be but my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet".
Pag. 247
Wrote Aug 04, 2010, 22:20
[...] who [Juliet] seemed to him [Romeo] to teach the torches to burn bright, and her beauty to show by night like a rich jewel worn by a blackamoor; beauty too rich for use, too dear for earth! like a snowy dove tropping with crows.
Pag. 245
Wrote Aug 04, 2010, 22:18
ROMEO AND JULIET The two chief families in Verona were the rich Capulets and the Montagues. There had been an old quarrel between these families, which was grown to such a height, and so deadly was the enmity between them.
Pag. 244
Wrote Aug 04, 2010, 22:16
Full fathom five thy father lies: of his bones are coral made; those are pearls that were his eyes: nothing of him that doth fade, but doth suffer a sea-change into something rich and strange. Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell: hark! now I hear them -...Continua
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Wrote May 10, 2017, 09:34
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