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Shakespeare Studies 2019

Romeo and Juliet

By Alfred W. Elmore [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

     Image by Alfred W. Elmore [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Ah, yes, the urgency, the exquisite pain, of young love. In Romeo and Juliet, how tragic. And yet, how beautifully eternal. Might we not, for a moment, rejoice that their beauty will never lapse into the disappointment and disillusion of the Capulet parents?

Well, we will think on these things, as we consider how William Shakespeare uses poetry to shape the entire play. All who love love are welcome.

Wayne Valleau
Time:10:00 - 11:30 AM
Date:April 29, May 6,13,20,27 - June 3, 10
Where:Narthex, St. Matthew's United Church
  2035 - 26A St. SW (Use the main entrance)
Facilitator:Wayne Valleau

Wayne Valleau will lead the discussions. He is a Shakespeare enthusiast who delights to share his passion.

Pre-reading is helpful but not essential.

New members welcome. Drop-ins also welcome.

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