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Romeo and Juliet : Romeo and Juliet Texts and Contexts - William Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet Texts and Contexts

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This edition of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet reprints the Bevington edition of the play accompanied by six sets of thematically arranged primary documents and illustrations designed to fit many different approaches to Shakespeare's play and the early modern culture out of which the play emerges. The documents contextualize the social relationships among men in Shakespeare's time, violence in Elizabethan society, views of love and the Petrarchan paradigm, spiritual life, family in Elizabethan society, and ideas about astrology, medicine, and death.

About the series
About this volume
List of illustrations
Introductionp. 1
William Shakespeare, Romeo and Julietp. 37
Cultural contextsp. 153
Italyp. 155
The idea of Italy for Shakespeare's English audiencep. 155
From His ten years travelp. 164
From The schoolmasterp. 167
From The unfortunate traveler, or the life of Jack Wiltonp. 172
From The history of Italyp. 176
From A discovery of the great subtlety and wonderful wisdom of the Italiansp. 182
From A description of the author's journey from Trento to Londonp. 184
Between menp. 186
Relationships between menp. 186
From The affectionate shepherdp. 200
From His practicep. 208
From Paradoxes of defensep. 220
Keeping the peacep. 230
Proclamation enforcing statutes of apparelp. 231
Proclamation prohibiting unlawful assembly under martial lawp. 232
Proclamation enforcing earlier proclamation against handgunsp. 234
Proclamation prohibiting the publishing of any reports or writing of duelsp. 236
Report to Lord Burghleyp. 239
Loving and marryingp. 245
From A work worth the readingp. 248
From A Bartholomew fairing for parentsp. 260
From Conjugal counsel : or, seasonable advice, both to unmarried, and married personsp. 272
From A treatise of spousalsp. 284
Letter to Sir George Morep. 294
From The canzonierep. 298
Sonnet 9p. 302
Sonnet 130p. 303
Solemnization of matrimonyp. 304
Family lifep. 313
A prayer of children for their parentsp. 315
Correspondence of the Bagot familyp. 315
Letter to Richard Broughtonp. 317
Letter to Richard Bagot esquirep. 319
Letter to Richard Bagotp. 320
Letter to Henry Skipwithp. 322
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 323
Letter to an unidentified manp. 325
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 326
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 328
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 331
Letter to Lewes Bagotp. 332
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 334
Letter to Henry Skipwithp. 334
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 336
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 337
Letter to Walter Bagotp. 338
Letter to Richard Bagotp. 339
Letter to Christopher Brookep. 340
Letter to Richard Bagotp. 342
Motheringp. 342
From The countess of Lincoln's nurseryp. 343
From A preparative to marriagep. 352
From The diary of the Lady Anne Cliffordp. 357
From Delights for ladies to adorn their persons, tables, closets, and distillatoriesp. 377
Friarsp. 380
From The life of the most holy father St. Francisp. 388
From Acts and monumentsp. 392
From The faerie queenep. 396
Death and the starsp. 400
Love and deathp. 403
From Erotomaniap. 403
From An act concerning physicians and Royal College of Physicians of London, from Pharmacopoeia Londinensisp. 413
From Pharmacopoeia Londinensisp. 419
A prayer to be said at our going into bed and a prayer when we be ready to sleepp. 420
Astrologyp. 421
Funerals and monumentsp. 429
The order for the burial of the deadp. 429
Proclamation prohibiting destruction of church monumentsp. 436
From An homily against apparel of idolatry and superfluous decking of churchesp. 439
Bibliographyp. 445
Indexp. 461
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ISBN: 9780333947135
ISBN-10: 0333947134
Series: The Bedford Shakespeare Series
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 11th July 2003
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 14.0  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.5
Edition Number: 1