New Cambridge Shakespeare has been edited and prepared by an international team of scholars, reflecting the best contemporary Shakespearean research. 

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Romeo and Juliet in the theatre

New Cambridge Shakespeare has been edited and prepared by an international team of scholars, reflecting the best contemporary Shakespearean research.

All photography © Paul Kolnik unless otherwise indicated. The photographs on this website depict choreography copyrighted by the individual choreographers. Choreography by George Balanchine © The George Balanchine Trust. “New York City Ballet” and the block letter logo are registered trademarks of New York City Ballet, Inc.

New Cambridge Shakespeare has been edited and prepared by an international team of scholars, reflecting the best contemporary Shakespearean research. 

The date
Sources and structures
The tragic pattern
Language
style and imagery
The characters
Romeo and Juliet in the theatre

New Cambridge Shakespeare has been edited and prepared by an international team of scholars, reflecting the best contemporary Shakespearean research.

All photography © Paul Kolnik unless otherwise indicated. The photographs on this website depict choreography copyrighted by the individual choreographers. Choreography by George Balanchine © The George Balanchine Trust. “New York City Ballet” and the block letter logo are registered trademarks of New York City Ballet, Inc.

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York Notes’ GCSE Study Notes and Revision Guides will help you get to grips with aspects of Shakespeare’s tragic love story including the plot, characters, themes, symbols and motifs and use of language. Familiarising yourself with these aspects of the play will give you your best opportunity of gaining high marks for your GCSE exam answers and essays.

New Cambridge Shakespeare has been edited and prepared by an international team of scholars, reflecting the best contemporary Shakespearean research. 

The date
Sources and structures
The tragic pattern
Language
style and imagery
The characters
Romeo and Juliet in the theatre

New Cambridge Shakespeare has been edited and prepared by an international team of scholars, reflecting the best contemporary Shakespearean research.


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