In this article, we are going to read about 9 best retellings of Romeo and Juliet, modern rewritings of this 1597 published play.
Darcy Lowell does not want her brother to be the matchmaker after a terrible blind date. She does not experience love and the heartbreak it brings.
It is the year 1926 and Shanghai is in the grip of chaos and the streets are red with blood due to a feud between two gangs.
Helen Hamilton has spent the whole sixteen years of her life concealing how different she is on Nantucket Island. However, it’s getting harder every day.
Just like the most famous lovers created by Shakespeare, Romiette Cappelle and Julio Montague struggle with their love. Their love is opposed by a dangerous gang.
Juliet Jacobs is heartbroken over the loss of her aunt Rose. But the twenty-five-year-old woman’s shock became more profound as she learns that her beloved aunt has left the whole estate to her twin sister.
This homage to the classic tale will refresh your mind about the conflict between the Capulets and the Montagues. In Verona, enemies are very much alive and they are on the streets.
Maria was not familiar with love until the arrival of Tony in her life. Tony had known only the savagery of the streets and he was seeking something beyond and different from that life.
It is the year 1927 and Shanghai is right on the edge of revolution. Juliette chose the warpath after sacrificing her relationship with Roma to guard him against the conflict.
Michael Rosen rewrote the play in a fine-looking picture book for children. In his book, Rosen retells the most popular love story of an all-time scene by scene in a lively and simple manner.