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In order to properly evaluate my annotation practices when reading a play text, I decided to do what I did for my close reading paper but with Act IV Scene I of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. In comparison to the start of the semester my note t (More)
By Amanda Faller   Romeo + Juliet (1996) directed by Baz Luhrmann is an enormously polarizing film. Although I can see why some truly do not like it, I hardly agree with them. Romeo + Juliet is a one of a kind film, filled with dazzling vi (More)
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy. That is no new news, and yet the statement gains a fresh connotation when it is made in light of (or indeed, when it is making light of) the 1996 Hollywood retelling: Baz Lurhmann’s Romeo + Juliet. Taken out of its or (More)