Tag Archives: Romeo and Juliet

Nuanced Death in Shakespeare—Treehouse Talks #2

Shakespeare was a man who wrote about complex and controversial topics for his time. At times he subtly delved into the discrimination of women and racial minorities. In this podcast we discuss the nuance in Shakespeare’s writing—and how he critiques … Continue reading

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What is Love?

In order to obtain a more comprehensive understanding of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and how it translates into modern day depictions of love and the accuracy of this renowned love story, we decided to interview Ms. Rawlings D Period AP … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, A Fugitive From Religion

Michael Wood’s “In Search of Shakespeare” brought forth many important points about Shakespeare’s many life experiences and influences. One of the topics of largest importance in Elizabethan England was religion. It seemed to flip-flop, over the years between Catholic and … Continue reading

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