For Chibiflamsi. Who wanted me to put it up. Primarily on dA.
Shakespeare described the terrifying beauty of the adolescent so early in its development, and so definitively and so thoroughly, that it is only slightly an exaggeration to say that he invented teenagers as we know them today. It has been adapted across genres and eras, into operas and ballets and musicals. The most popular brand of Cuban cigars: Romeo y Julietta.
The basic thesis of Stephen Marche's How Shakespeare Changed Everything becomes obvious very early on as in, it is expressed in the title. He gave us a lot of new words Just say some words real quick and you'll probably say one he coined — nearly 10 percent of his 20,word vocabulary was new to his audiences. You may consider yourself quite fashionable or softhearted.
It is a world where year-olds marry; where love is declared after exchanging a mere 14 lines of sonnet; where marriages and oppositional marriages are arranged within 24 hours. It has been interpreted alternately as a romance, a tragedy, and a farce; and the degree to which its near-slapstick abruptness is self-aware is a heated source of debate. Are Romeo and Juliet playing out an iconic romance…or are they objects of mockery, consumed in self-important teen angst? The concept is simple: participants are paired with one another to re-enact the five days that Romeo and Juliet lived in the play.
Naturally, she needs a place to vent, so we talk a lot about her situation. She stays up late, says she feels sick, and if she does make it in to school, sleeps through most of her classes. They are engaged in a classic power struggle, and their relationship has deteriorated precipitously.
I was even more happy to see those young people stand up and cheer at the end of the play, too! That set is dominated by a tall, tall tree which soars up through all four floors of the Courtyard Theatre, almost to the ceiling. That tree is so realistic a bird has taken up residence.
Long before there was John Hughes, Judy Blume, or any other recent chronicler of the teen experience and the sundry joys and pains that go with it, there was William Shakespeare. In his plays, he tackled young adult angst, love, and lust as it played out in tragic relationships, parental power struggles, and plain old frothy flirtation. Miranda Prospero never held much regard for the misfits employed at the mall until a mistake finds her at work with them.
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When the milk-fed teenagers in Verona, USA, circaneed a long talk with a best friend, they head out to the billboard that advertises the local dairy industry. They clamber up to the shelf at the base of the big sign or just hang out in front of it. Valentine is about to depart for the big city of Milan, but Proteus can talk only of his infatuation with Julia.