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Romeo y Julieta = Romeo and Juliet

Author: Alicia Alarcón Armendáriz; William Shakespeare; Rocío Fabiola Tinoco Espinosa
Publisher: Mexico, D.F. : Selector, 2017. ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : Juvenile audience : Spanish : Primera edición
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"Romeo and Juliet, the most famous William Shakespeare's work, tells the story of two teenagers in love who, despite the opposition of their families, who rival each other, decide to get married clandestinely; however, that rivalry between the Montesco and the Capulets, as well as a series of fatalities, make an unexpected tragedy for all. This book takes us to Verona, Italy, at the end of the sixteenth century, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bilingual books
Drama
Juvenile works
Juvenile drama
Named Person: Romeo, (Fictitious character); Juliet, (Fictitious character); William Shakeapeare; Juliet, (Fictitious character); Romeo, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alicia Alarcón Armendáriz; William Shakespeare; Rocío Fabiola Tinoco Espinosa
ISBN: 9786074534559 6074534551
OCLC Number: 1001468974
Language Note: Parallel text in Spanish and English.
Notes: "Bilingüe"--Cover.
Description: 85 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Other Titles: Romeo and Juliet
Responsibility: William Shakespeare ; adaptación de la obra original, Alicia Alarcón Armendáriz ; ilustración de interiores y portada, Rocío Fabiola Tinoco Espinosa.

Abstract:

"Romeo and Juliet, the most famous William Shakespeare's work, tells the story of two teenagers in love who, despite the opposition of their families, who rival each other, decide to get married clandestinely; however, that rivalry between the Montesco and the Capulets, as well as a series of fatalities, make an unexpected tragedy for all. This book takes us to Verona, Italy, at the end of the sixteenth century, and makes us feel that passion the protagonists profess, or the desire to participate with prince Escalus and frai Lorenzo in banishing the ancestral hatred that has dragged both families and which has permeated all the people"--Back cover.

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