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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
 

Romeo and Juliet

The Ultra Abridged Version

Confused young Romeo falls in love with dreamy Juliet. As would be expected the parents disapprove. (The families have hated each other for a long time.) In fact Juliet’s parents disapprove so much they plan to marry her of to Paris (the capital of France).

Interfering old Friar Lawrence, rather than advising them to stick in at their studies and get a good university degree before worrying about marriage, gives Juliet some freaky hemlock potion that will make her appear dead.


Juliet takes the potion and everyone thinks she’s dead – including Romeo. Instead of going clubbing and finding another girl, Romeo ends his life by drinking poison. At the precise moment of Romeo’s death Juliet awakes. Seeing boyfriend Romeo lying dead she stabs herself with his dagger.


Ironically the tragic death of their children bring the two sets of families together and they live happily ever after (apart from grieving constantly about the pointless loss of two innocent kids).

[Copyright Stuart Macfarlane]
 

 

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