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US - English 9: Romeo and Juliet: Romeo and Juliet in the ZIS Library
A LibGuide to support the reading and viewing of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
A study guide to "Romeo and Juliet," Shakespeare's tale of star-crossed young lovers, providing background on Shakespeare's life and times, discussing his use of language, examining the history of critical response to the drama, and including advice to students on how to respond to and write about the play.
The Digital Theatre Plus database is an excellent subscription resource which the ZIS community can access. Search the database linked hereand use our school's password to access. Remember that all database passwords can be found on the ZIS library homepage. Many resources are available on Romeo and Juliet:
Interviews, Practical Guides, Documentaries, Essay, Play Text, Audio Theatre, Full Play, Shakespeare's Globe Production, Shakespeare Lives in 2016, Teacher Toolkit, Study Guide, Guide to Teaching and a Revision Guide.
A graphic novel adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragic play about the ill-fated romance of Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, whose love is doomed because of the long-standing feud between their families.
Marjorie Garber, Professor of English and the Director of Humanities Center at Harvard University offers a passionate and revealing readings of all 38 of Shakespeare's plays (Romeo and Juliet pages 189-212).