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15 Facts: Romeo & Juliet
Transcript of 15 Facts: Romeo & Juliet
Gray, Terry A. Questions and answers about Romeo and Juliet. 16 January 2013 <http://www.itiscannizzaro.net/Ianni/booksweb/romeojuliet/quesanswer.htm>.
Jamieson, Lee. List of Shakespeare Plays . 16 January 2013 <http://shakespeare.about.com/od/theplays/a/List_of_Shakespeare_Plays.htm>.
—. What Year Did Shakespeare Write ‘Romeo and Juliet’? 16 January 2013 <http://shakespeare.about.com/od/shakespearefaq/f/What-Year-Did-Shakespeare-Write-Romeo-And-Juliet.htm>.
Mabillard, Amanda. Famous Quotations from Romeo and Juliet. 16 January 2013 <http://shakespeare-online.com/quotes/romeoquotes.html>.
Romeo and Juliet. 16 January 2013 <http://www.scholastic.com/browse/book.jsp?id=695>.
Veloso, Bryan. Where did Shakespeare get the idea for Romeo and Juliet? 16 January 2013 <http://aliais10.wordpress.com/2010/04/18/research-question/>.
Versions of Romeo & Juliet Throughout History. 16 January 2013 <http://historical-fiction.com/versions-of-romeo-juliet-throughout-history/>. 'The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet' Romeo and Juliet was also retold by William Painter and was called ‘Palace of Pleasure’ in 1582. Juliet is just shy of her fourteenth birthday, when she dies. The play takes place in Early to Mid July. In the original play Juliet was most likely played by a man, since women were not allowed to act. Romeo & Juliet falls under the Tragic Drama genre.