Oxford School Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet

Oxford School Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet includes a range of illustrations, clear notes and commentaries throughout, and reading lists - ideal for both in-class teaching and independent revision.


  • Outlines common themes explored when studying Romeo and Juliet's characters, including Romeo and Juliet's unrequited love, Romeo and Juliet as youthful protagonists, Romeo and Juliet's divided loyalties and the powerful force of fate and fortune
  • Full, unabridged version of the popular Shakespeare play, ideal for contextual reading and thorough exam preparation
  • Encourage instant comprehension with clear notes and commentaries giving detailed explanations of difficult words and passages
  • Photographs from theatre productions offer alternative interpretations and staging ideas
  • A highly accessible two-column format makes reference-checking and explanations easy and more immediate

Oxford School Shakespeare offers students an accessible and engaging route through Shakespeare plays and language.

‘This series is everyone’s passport to Shakespeare'  Times Educational Supplement


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