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Romeo y Julieta (En Espanol) by William Shakespeare (Paperback / softback, 2015)

It is simply everything he ever wrote, from the plays to the poems. It runs the gamut. And I confess, I didn't buy this to read, I purchased it to be a companion and reference to my collection of movies that are based on Shakespeare's plays. I am one of those people who think that the plays were meant to be viewed as a performance and not read. So it is handy to have them in written form so that you can read specific sections as you watch - but I'll never curl up in my easy chair and get lost in this book.

Since I purchased this as a reference book, I was glad that there are footnotes. And unlike other "complete works" anthologies that cram everything into one volume by making the print impossibly small, the print here is clear and large enough to really read if you want to. This book is heavy and huge and as such, it is going to be difficult to actually read for long periods of time, unless you have a book stand that will go on your desk and hold it up for reading - otherwise your arms will get very, very tired.

The poems, I can read in a separate, more easily handled book. However if you do want to read it, the construction quality is first rate and will hold up to the weight of the book without falling apart. The genuine leather cover, high quality paper, marbled end pages, true stitched in binding, satin bookmark ribbon, and gold paper edging all come together to make a true work of art. One of the things I judge good quality books by is how easily they open and this book passes the test with flying colors.

It opens like a well oiled machine, with no stiffness, cracking, or fighting - you won't have to "break it in" but it cooperates from the first read! It screams quality from end to end and is built to be an heirloom. I love, love, love it! The classy, old world appearance gives a beautiful appearance to my book case, and the price is stunning reasonable for something this grand.

So, if you want to read ALL of Shakespeare, from cover-to-cover, it is all here. But this book is a regular tome, and you might want to keep this as a reference and piece of art and get your content from watching the plays and reading the poetry from a different, smaller volume. Purchased this as required reading for my sons' high school literature classes. They juxtapose the traditional play on one side with modern translation on the other They can finally understand what the teacher is actually trying to talk to them about -- imagery, figurative language, symbolism and style -- in a way they can actually relate to.

Very useful book to expand on why Shakespeare was one of the greatest storytellers of his time. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. As with all of his other romcoms, Shakespeare sets out to tell a tale of misplaced love, unwanted affection, crossdressing, and simple twists of fate that lead our characters astray, and then together once more by the end. There is a silly villain, letters that never reach their intended, and disguises, all coming together to build comedy using situational and dramatic irony. I read this as an undergraduate in college, and found it to be fun, but now as an adult and having read all of Shakespeare's works and even other author's interpretations of Shakespeare's work such as The Tragedy of Arthur and Macbeth II: The Seed Of Banquo I find the work to be mediocre and predictable.

It is effective in one major place - the fact that it made Mr.

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Shakespeare money, and he was well aware of what his audiences liked. That is not to say it is a bad play - it isn't at all. Es que anda despacio. Por eso llevan a Venus veloces palomas y Cupido tiene alas. AMA Pedro, espera a la puerta. AMA Estoy muy cansada.

Venga, vamos, habla, buena ama, habla. AMA Eres muy simple eligiendo, no sabes elegir hombre. Anda ya, mujer, sirve a Dios. Palpita como si fuera a saltar en veinte trozos. Mi espalda al otro lado Ya se te rebela la sangre en la cara: Corre a la iglesia. Yo me voy a comer. Unid nuestras manos con las santas palabras y que la muerte, devoradora del amor, haga su voluntad: Ah, pies tan ligeros no pueden desgastar la dura piedra. Hace calor , los Capuletos han salido y, si los encontramos, tendremos pelea, pues este calor inflama la sangre.

Te peleas con quien parte avellanas porque tienes ojos de avellana.

Obertura - "Los amantes de Verona" - Romeo y Julieta

No pienso moverme por gusto de nadie. Veo que no me conoces. Y el Stocatta sale airoso. Me han convertido en pasto de gusanos. Estoy herido, y bien. Se ha derramado sangre de mi gente. Que muera Benvolio si dice mentira. Que Romeo huya, pues, como le encuentren, su muerte es segura. Llevad este cuerpo y cumplid mi sentencia: Para el rito amoroso basta a los amantes la luz de su belleza; o, si ciego es el amor, congenia con la noche.

Con tu negro manto cubre la sangre inexperta que arde en mi cara, hasta que el pudor se torne audacia, y simple pudor un acto de amantes. Ah, me trae noticias, y todas las bocas que hablan de Romeo rebosan divina elocuencia. Estamos perdidas, Julieta, perdidas. AMA El cielo, no: Es una tortura digna del infierno.

Decirlo resuelve mi dicha o dolor. AMA En los hombres no hay lealtad, fidelidad, ni honradez. Todos son perjuros, embusteros, perversos y falsos. Quisiera olvidarla, mas, ay, la tengo grabada en la memoria como el crimen en el alma del culpable. Mi luto hubiera sido natural. AMA Llorando y penando sobre el cuerpo de Tebaldo. Para subir a mi lecho erais la ruta, mas yo, virgen, he de morir virgen viuda. Las moscas pueden, mas yo debo alejarme. Deja que te explique.

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Llama a la puerta el AMA. AMA [dentro] Dejadme pasar, que traigo un recado. Vengo de parte de Julieta. Levantaos, levantaos y sed hombre; en pie, levantaos, por Julieta. La muerte es el fin de todo.

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Tu aspecto lo proclama, mas tu llanto es mujeril y tus locuras recuerdan la furia de una bestia irracional. Impropia mujer bajo forma de hombre, impropio animal bajo forma de ambos. Deshonras tu cuerpo, tu amor y tu juicio y, como el usurero, abundas en todo y no haces buen uso de nada que adorne tu cuerpo, tu amor y tu juicio. Tu Julieta vive y por ella ibas a matarte: La ley que ordena la muerte se vuelve tu amiga y decide el destierro: Cuidado, que esa gente muere desdichada. El AMA se dispone a salir, pero vuelve. AMA Tomad este anillo que me dio para vos.

Vamos, deprisa, que se hace tarde. Dame la mano, es tarde. En fin, nacimos para morir. Esta noche se ha enclaustrado en su tristeza. Eso es muy precipitado. Que sea el jueves. Canta por la noche en aquel granado. He de irme y vivir, o quedarme y morir. En lugar de irme, quedarme quisiera. Dicen que la alondra liga notas con dulzura: Entra el AMA a toda prisa. AMA Tu madre viene a tu cuarto.

Un beso, y voy a bajar. Dolor moderado indica amor; dolor en exceso, pura necedad. Pero ahora te traigo alegres noticias. Me asombra la prisa, tener que casarme antes de que el novio me enamore. No hables, ni respondas, ni contestes. Me tientas la mano. AMA No he faltado a nadie. Haz lo que quieras. A su lado, Romeo es un pingajo. AMA Y con el alma, o que se pierdan los dos.

Eso es muy sensato. Eso es muy pronto. Esto es muy irregular y no me gusta. No queda esperanza, ni cura, ni ayuda. Ahora mismo mando un fraile a Mantua con carta para tu marido. Esta vez no estaremos bien surtidos. He de ver al conde.

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