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  1. page 9th-10thGrade.EnglishSpaces edited ... Romeo and Juliet also deals with the issue of authoritarian law and order. Many of Shakespeare…
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    Romeo and Juliet also deals with the issue of authoritarian law and order. Many of Shakespeare's plays feature characters that represent the unalterable force of the law, such as the Duke in The Comedy of Errors and Prince Escalus in Romeo and Juliet. In this play, the law attempts to stop the civil disorder, and even banishes Romeo at the midpoint. However, as in The Comedy of Errors, the law is eventually overpowered by the forces of love.
    There are several different sources that inform the contemporary text of Romeo and Juliet. {http://d2oz5j6ef5tbf6.cloudfront.net/movie/large/Romeo_and_juliette_(1968).jpg}
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    Character List
    Romeo
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    {http://img.docstoccdn.com/thumb/orig/10548582.png} One of the most powerful aspects of Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeare's use of language. The characters curse, vow oaths, banish each other, and, in general, demonstrate great verbal dexterity through an overuse of action verbs. In addition, the play is saturated with oxymorons, puns, paradoxes, and double entendres. Shakespeare even calls the use of names into question, most famously in Juliet's balcony soliloquy. Shakespeare also executed a rather strong shift in the language spoken by both Romeo and Juliet after they fall in love. Whereas Romeo is hopelessly normal in his courtship before meeting Juliet, after he falls in love, his language becomes infinitely richer and stronger.
    Romeo and Juliet also deals with the issue of authoritarian law and order. Many of Shakespeare's plays feature characters that represent the unalterable force of the law, such as the Duke in The Comedy of Errors and Prince Escalus in Romeo and Juliet. In this play, the law attempts to stop the civil disorder, and even banishes Romeo at the midpoint. However, as in The Comedy of Errors, the law is eventually overpowered by the forces of love.
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    and Juliet. {http://d2oz5j6ef5tbf6.cloudfront.net/movie/large/Romeo_and_juliette_(1968).jpg}
    Romeo and Juliet was first published in quarto in 1597, and republished in a new edition only two years later. The second copy was used to created yet a third quarto in 1609, from which both the 1623 Quarto and First Folio are derived. The first quarto is generally considered a bad quarto, or an illicit copy created from the recollections of several actors rather than from the writer's original material. The second quarto// seems to be taken from Shakespeare's rough draft, and thus has some inconsistent speech and some lines which Shakespeare apparently meant to eliminate. Please see the "About Shakespearian Theater" section of this note for more guidance as to these concepts.
    Romeo and Juliet was popular during Shakespeare's time, but over the centuries it has become nothing short of omnipresent. It is arguably the most-filmed play of all time, and has been adapted 4 times to date - first by George Cukor in 1936, then by Franco Zeffirelli in 1968, Baz Luhrmann in 1996, and most recently, by Carlo Carlei in 2013. John Madden's Academy-Award winning film Shakespeare in Love is a fictional account of Shakespeare's life while writing the play. It was the basis for Prokofiev's famous ballet, and has inspired numerous Operas, pop and jazz songs, books, games, and musicals.
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  3. page 9th-10thGrade.EnglishSpaces edited ... Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare's most famous tragedy and one of the world's most enduring love …
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    Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare's most famous tragedy and one of the world's most enduring love stories, derives its plot from several sixteenth century sources. Shakespeare's primary inspiration for the play was Arthur Brooke's Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet (1562), a long and dense poem. Brooke's poem, in turn, was based on a French prose version written by Pierre Boiastuau (1559), which was derived from an Italian version written by Bandello in 1554. Bandello's poem, meanwhile, was an interpretation of Luigi da Porto's 1525 version of a story by Masuccio Salernitano (1476).
    The plot of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet remains mostly true to Brooke's poem, though Shakespeare exercised artistic license in several instances. For example, as he often does, Shakespeare telescopes the events from Brooke's poem (which took place over 90 days) into a few days in the play. Additionally, Shakespeare's Juliet is thirteen, while Brooke wrote her as sixteen. The time compression and the younger Juliet enhance the youthful nature of the central relationship, emphasizing its passion and newness.
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    Romeo and Juliet also deals with the issue of authoritarian law and order. Many of Shakespeare's plays feature characters that represent the unalterable force of the law, such as the Duke in The Comedy of Errors and Prince Escalus in Romeo and Juliet. In this play, the law attempts to stop the civil disorder, and even banishes Romeo at the midpoint. However, as in The Comedy of Errors, the law is eventually overpowered by the forces of love.
    There are several different sources that inform the contemporary text of Romeo and Juliet.
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    Romeo and Juliet was first published in quarto in 1597, and republished in a new edition only two years later. The second copy was used to created yet a third quarto in 1609, from which both the 1623 Quarto and First Folio are derived. The first quarto is generally considered a bad quarto, or an illicit copy created from the recollections of several actors rather than from the writer's original material. The second quarto// seems to be taken from Shakespeare's rough draft, and thus has some inconsistent speech and some lines which Shakespeare apparently meant to eliminate. Please see the "About Shakespearian Theater" section of this note for more guidance as to these concepts.
    Romeo and Juliet was popular during Shakespeare's time, but over the centuries it has become nothing short of omnipresent. It is arguably the most-filmed play of all time, and has been adapted 4 times to date - first by George Cukor in 1936, then by Franco Zeffirelli in 1968, Baz Luhrmann in 1996, and most recently, by Carlo Carlei in 2013. John Madden's Academy-Award winning film Shakespeare in Love is a fictional account of Shakespeare's life while writing the play. It was the basis for Prokofiev's famous ballet, and has inspired numerous Operas, pop and jazz songs, books, games, and musicals.
    Character List
    Romeo
    Sixteen-year-old Romeo Montague falls in love with Juliet Capulet at a masquerade, thus igniting their tragic affair. Romeo is defined by a self-indulgent melancholy at the beginning of the play, but later becomes a much more active and committed character, which is clear when he kills Tybalt. Romeo's final act of passion is when, believing his beloved Juliet is dead, he takes his own life. Throughout the play, Romeo embraces an idealistic view of love, which explains why he falls for Juliet so quickly and passionately.
    Lord Montague
    Romeo's father and a mortal enemy of the Capulets.
    Lady Montague
    Romeo's mother, who dies from a broken heart after Romeo is banished from Verona.
    Benvolio
    Romeo's cousin, and a staunch pacifist.
    Abram
    A Montague servingman involved in the street brawl in 1.1.
    Balthasar
    Romeo's servant, who is involved in the street fight of 1.1, and later assists Romeo in the final Act.
    Friar Laurence
    A older man and a friend to Romeo. He officiates the wedding of Romeo and Juliet, hoping to gain political peace through the union. When that doesn't work out, he concocts the plan to reunite the star-crossed lovers by giving Juliet a sleeping potion - but the plan backfires.
    Juliet
    Juliet Capulet is a thirteen-year-old girl who falls in love with Romeo Montague. She has a strong will and a rebellious streak - she knows what she wants. Defined by a shrewd intelligence and pronounced agency, Juliet is in many ways a more masculine character than Romeo is, even if the patriarchy of her family limits her power. Her final decision to kill herself speaks to her pronounced focus and commitment.
    Lord Capulet
    Juliet's father and a temperamental bully who initially pretends to consider his daughter's welfare while arranging her marriage, but later demands her quick union with Count Paris. Her father's pressure is a catalyst in the final sequence of events that ends in Juliet's suicide.
    Lady Capulet
    Juliet's mother is submissive to her husband, and refuses to intercede for Juliet when their daughter expresses concern over the arranged marriage to Count Paris.
    Tybalt
    Juliet's hot-headed cousin, whose penchant for violence leads to the Act III street fight - ending in his own death as well as Mercutio's.
    Pertruccio
    Tybalt's page
    Nurse
    Juliet's nurse is ostensibly the young girl's confidante but also harbors a certain amount of resentment that makes her useless when it comes to saving the girl. Nurse often makes trouble for Juliet by refusing to give her information quickly, and later turns into a traitor by arguing Juliet should marry Paris, even though she knows about her secret marriage to Romeo.
    Peter
    A Capulet servingman who serves as great comic relief in Act I when he is unable to read the list of invitees to the Capulet ball.
    Sampson
    A Capulet servingman who is involved in the street brawl in 1.1.
    Gregory
    A Capulet servingman who is involved in the street brawl in 1.1.
    Prince Escalus
    The ruler of Verona who provides for and represents law and order in the city. He frequently attempts to cede the violence between the Montagues and Capulets, but he finds himself powerless against true love.
    Mercutio
    Romeo's friend, a kinsman of the Prince, and one of the play's most colorful characters. In the early Acts, Mercutio displays a pronounced wit and colorful language. However, by Act III, as he lies dying after the street fight, he delivers a damning speech on the feuding houses. Mercutio's death marks the play's turn into tragedy.
    Paris
    Count Paris is Juliet's suitor - Lord Capulet supports the union but Juliet despises him. Though never as insidious as Lord Capulet, Paris behaves arrogantly once the marriage date is set. He confronts Romeo in Act V, which leads to the Count's death in battle.
    Apothecary
    Shakespeare describes the apothecary of Mantua as a skeleton - so he appears to personify Death itself. A poor man, he is easily convinced to sell Romeo the poison that he uses to kill himself.
    Citizens of the Watch
    These unspeaking characters often arrive at the scene of a street brawl, representing the forces of law and order that combat the disorder wrought by the family feud.

    Silas MarnerWeaver of Ravenloeby George Eliot
    Exiled by superstition and betrayal from Lantern Yard, and cut off from faith and human love, for {http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9788492516438_p0_v1_s260x420.JPG} fifteen years the solitary simple-hearted weaver Silas Marner has plied his loom in Raveloe and devoted himself to the amassing of a hoard of golden guineas. Silas's chance of redemption, when it appears one New Year's Eve, is intimately connected with the fate of Godfrey Cass, son of the village Squire. Clandestinely married, then blackmailed by his dissolute brother Dunstan, Godfrey like Silas has been trapped by his past, from which he is seeking to escape. Humorous, richly symbolic, subtly characterized and meticulously plotted, George Eliot's 'sudden inspiration' in this slim novel of rural England cut across her plans for Romola, her vast Italian Renaissance epic.
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    Romeo & Juliet
    William Shakespeare
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    Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare's most famous tragedy and one of the world's most enduring love stories, derives its plot from several sixteenth century sources. Shakespeare's primary inspiration for the play was Arthur Brooke's Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet (1562), a long and dense poem. Brooke's poem, in turn, was based on a French prose version written by Pierre Boiastuau (1559), which was derived from an Italian version written by Bandello in 1554. Bandello's poem, meanwhile, was an interpretation of Luigi da Porto's 1525 version of a story by Masuccio Salernitano (1476).
    The plot of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet remains mostly true to Brooke's poem, though Shakespeare exercised artistic license in several instances. For example, as he often does, Shakespeare telescopes the events from Brooke's poem (which took place over 90 days) into a few days in the play. Additionally, Shakespeare's Juliet is thirteen, while Brooke wrote her as sixteen. The time compression and the younger Juliet enhance the youthful nature of the central relationship, emphasizing its passion and newness.
    One of the most powerful aspects of Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeare's use of language. The characters curse, vow oaths, banish each other, and, in general, demonstrate great verbal dexterity through an overuse of action verbs. In addition, the play is saturated with oxymorons, puns, paradoxes, and double entendres. Shakespeare even calls the use of names into question, most famously in Juliet's balcony soliloquy. Shakespeare also executed a rather strong shift in the language spoken by both Romeo and Juliet after they fall in love. Whereas Romeo is hopelessly normal in his courtship before meeting Juliet, after he falls in love, his language becomes infinitely richer and stronger.
    Romeo and Juliet also deals with the issue of authoritarian law and order. Many of Shakespeare's plays feature characters that represent the unalterable force of the law, such as the Duke in The Comedy of Errors and Prince Escalus in Romeo and Juliet. In this play, the law attempts to stop the civil disorder, and even banishes Romeo at the midpoint. However, as in The Comedy of Errors, the law is eventually overpowered by the forces of love.
    There are several different sources that inform the contemporary text of Romeo and Juliet.
    Romeo and Juliet was first published in quarto in 1597, and republished in a new edition only two years later. The second copy was used to created yet a third quarto in 1609, from which both the 1623 Quarto and First Folio are derived. The first quarto is generally considered a bad quarto, or an illicit copy created from the recollections of several actors rather than from the writer's original material. The second quarto// seems to be taken from Shakespeare's rough draft, and thus has some inconsistent speech and some lines which Shakespeare apparently meant to eliminate. Please see the "About Shakespearian Theater" section of this note for more guidance as to these concepts.
    Romeo and Juliet was popular during Shakespeare's time, but over the centuries it has become nothing short of omnipresent. It is arguably the most-filmed play of all time, and has been adapted 4 times to date - first by George Cukor in 1936, then by Franco Zeffirelli in 1968, Baz Luhrmann in 1996, and most recently, by Carlo Carlei in 2013. John Madden's Academy-Award winning film Shakespeare in Love is a fictional account of Shakespeare's life while writing the play. It was the basis for Prokofiev's famous ballet, and has inspired numerous Operas, pop and jazz songs, books, games, and musicals.

    Silas MarnerWeaver of Ravenloeby George Eliot
    Exiled by superstition and betrayal from Lantern Yard, and cut off from faith and human love, for {http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9788492516438_p0_v1_s260x420.JPG} fifteen years the solitary simple-hearted weaver Silas Marner has plied his loom in Raveloe and devoted himself to the amassing of a hoard of golden guineas. Silas's chance of redemption, when it appears one New Year's Eve, is intimately connected with the fate of Godfrey Cass, son of the village Squire. Clandestinely married, then blackmailed by his dissolute brother Dunstan, Godfrey like Silas has been trapped by his past, from which he is seeking to escape. Humorous, richly symbolic, subtly characterized and meticulously plotted, George Eliot's 'sudden inspiration' in this slim novel of rural England cut across her plans for Romola, her vast Italian Renaissance epic.
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    Erika Koss.
    Special thanks to Ken Huffman, Laura Bradshaw, Jeff Rosen.
    "Not Dark Yet," written by Bob Dylan, published with permission of Special Rider Music (SESAC)
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    Yegor'yevskii Peal recorded at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in San Anselmo, California (2006), used courtesy of Mark D. Galperin, producer, at Blagovest Bells.
    Listen to the Librivox audiobook here:
    https://librivox.org/the-death-of-ivan-ilyitch-by-leo-tolstoy/

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    12. Others see Ivan twitch and gasp for two more hours, but Ivan experiences what?
    Click herebelow to listen to a 28"28-minute discussion of
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    Leo Tolstoy's Ivan Ilyich is a Russian judge and middle-class everyman. Struck down by disease at forty-five, Ivan discovers a horrifying truth: He has not lived a meaningful life.
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    Click here to listen to a 28" discussion of Tolstoy's "The Death of Ivan Ilyich"
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    Leo Tolstoy's Ivan Ilyich is a Russian judge and middle-class everyman. Struck down by disease at forty-five, Ivan discovers a horrifying truth: He has not lived a meaningful life.
    Chapter Two’s opening words reveal a more alarming reality: “Ivan Ilyich’s life had been most simple and commonplace—and most horrifying.” The omniscient narrator takes the reader back to Ivan’s happy childhood, predictable youth, and ambitious adulthood. Praskovya Fedorovna falls in love with him, so he marries her. In less than a year, his discontentment leads him to escape into work and his favorite pastime, playing cards. In time, he buys a house, and Praskovya bears five children, three of whom die. He shrewdly climbs the Russian social ladder and receives an impressive income. The couple moves to a new city, buys a bigger house, and avoids genuine intimacy. They continue their comfortable, contented lives for almost two decades.
    Musical Works
    Title
    Artist
    Album
    Label
    Year
    Length
    Cello Suite No. 6: Sarabande
    Alexander Rudin
    Bach's Complete Cello Suites.
    Naxos of America, Inc.
    2002
    :00
    Piano Concerto No. 2: "Adagio sostenuto"
    Performed by Bernd Glemser, piano, with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Antoni Wit, conductor [Rachmaninov]
    Piano Concertos Nos. 2 and 3 .
    Naxos of America
    2002
    :00
    Piano Concerto No. 3: "Allegro ma non tanto,"
    Performed by Bernd Glemser, piano, with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Antoni Wit, conductor [Rachmaninov]
    Piano Concertos Nos. 2 and 3.
    Naxos of America, Inc.
    2002
    :00
    "Gigue" (transcribed from Bach)
    Idil Biret, piano
    Rachmaninov: Piano Transcriptions and Arrangements.
    Naxos of America, Inc.
    1998
    :00
    "Lullaby" (transcribed from Tchaikovsky)
    Idil Biret, piano
    Rachmaninov: Piano Transcriptions and Arrangements .
    Naxos of America, Inc.
    1998
    :00
    Dance of the Young Gypsy Maidens from Aleko
    Idil Biret, piano
    Rachmaninov: Piano Transcriptions and Arrangements .
    Naxos of America
    1998
    :00
    The Isle Of The Dead, Op. 29
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Enrique Bátiz, conductor
    Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances.
    Naxos of America, Inc.
    1992
    :00
    Vespers, Op. 37: "Bless the Lord, O my soul"
    Finnish National Opera Chorus
    All-Night Vigil.
    Naxos of America, Inc.
    2003
    :00
    Not Dark Yet
    Bob Dylan
    Time Out of Mind.
    Sony BMG Music Entertainment
    1997
    :00
    Additional Credits
    Written and produced by Dan Stone.
    Production Assistance and Music Permissions by Adam Kampe.
    Administrative assistants, Pepper Smith and Erika Koss.
    Special thanks to Ken Huffman, Laura Bradshaw, Jeff Rosen.
    "Not Dark Yet," written by Bob Dylan, published with permission of Special Rider Music (SESAC)
    Yegor'yevskii Peal recorded at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in San Anselmo, California (2006), used courtesy of Mark D. Galperin, producer, at Blagovest Bells.

    NIGHT
    by Elie Wiesel
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