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Shakespeare for Slackers - Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare for Slackers - Romeo and Juliet

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Published by Aaron Kite
The first twenty pages of the 'remastered' play "The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet", featuring the original text.
The first twenty pages of the 'remastered' play "The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet", featuring the original text.

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Published by: Aaron Kite on Mar 17, 2010
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Shakespeare for Slackers~Romeo & Juliet
 
SHAKESPEARE FOR SLACKERS: ROMEO & JULIET by Aaron Kite is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 US LicenseBased on a work which may or may not appear at www.kiteanic.com. I haven't decided yet. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available athttp://www.kiteanic.comIf you can't find anything, you'll at least be able to drop me an email or something.The scanning, uploading, and distribution of this book via the internet or via any other meansis, like, such a dick move. You wouldn't believe the amount of effort I put into formatting it, finding just the right fonts, lining them up properly, and putting that black stripy thing down the middle.And plus, if you scanned it, the whole thing probably wouldn't make sense because of how it'sformatted, even if your scanning software didn't have a nervous breakdown first.This book is a derivative work based on Shakespeare. Any character'sresemblance to any individual person, living or dead, would really only happen if your parents had a thing for Shakespeare and decided to name you somethingunfortunate, like “Tybalt”. Really, that's not my fault, is it?

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