Ideal as a year-long program or for selective units. This packed volume takes an intense look at Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Hamlet, A Midsummer Nightas Dream, and The Tempest. Each of the 40 lessons opens up the world of Shakespeare, his words, and his characters. Extensive teacher support includes assessments, historical background and language study, synopses, and suggestions for engaging hard-to-reach learners.Although Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy, that fact is not immediately apparent. ... some provided by the servants, as you have already noted, but much stemming from the speeches of Julieta#39;s nurse and Romeoa#39;s friend, Mercutio. ... First, reread in Act I, Scene III, lines 75-76 and 78, the nursea#39;s praise of Paris. ... Would you say that Mercutio views falling in love with the same seriousness that Romeo does?
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to Shakespeare's Best Play|
|Author||:||Aileen M. Carroll|
|Publisher||:||Walch Publishing - 2000-01-01|