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Transcript of SHAKESPEARE
By: Bethany Nelson
The story takes place in a kingdom of lions in Africa. It was influenced by the biblical tales of Joseph and Moses, and the Shakespeare plays Hamlet and Macbeth. Disney's "The Lion King", is really just Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in the animal kingdom. Simba's Uncle Scar kills Mufasa to become King. Then, a grown-up Simba seeks vengeance on Scar after seeing a vision of his father's ghost. Hamlet seeks revenge after learning the truth about his uncle killing his father for the throne.
THE LION KING
Rocking the 20th & 21st Century
In the song Love Story by Taylor Swift, she mentions the names Romeo and Juliet. In the video, Taylor chooses one of the most famous scenes in Romeo and Juliet- The Balcony Scene!!!
"Romeo and Juliet"
A lovestruck Romeo sings a streetsus sernade
Layin' everybody low
With a love song that he made
Finds a street light
Steps out of the shade
And says something like
You and me babe, how about it?
Juliet says hey it's Romeo
You nearly gave me a heart attack
He's underneath my window
She's singing, hey la my boyfriend's back
He is singing about a modern day Romeo and Juliet and what they would say to each other in this time period.
10 Things I Hate About You
A 1999 American teen romantic comedy-drama film. The film, a modernization of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, is titled after a poem written by the film's female lead (played by Julia Stiles) to describe her bittersweet romance with the male lead (played by Heath Ledger).
This novel was given a Newbery Honor medal in 2008. It was also nominated for the 2010 Rebecca Caudill Young Reader's Book Award. Holling Hoodhood is a 7th grader in 1967. At first, Mrs. Baker assigns him menial labor, but then teaches him about the writings of Shakespeare. As more Wednesdays pass (along with multiple other events), Holling learns more about life through Shakespeare's plays.
THE WEDNESDAY WARS