The EDSITEment-reviewed Teaching Shakespeare website, published by the Folger Shakespeare Library, offers the following textual history of Romeo and Juliet , situating its writing, performance, and publication in the last years of the 16th-century:

This page also provides a brief introduction to Romeo and Juliet , and contains links to information about Shakespeare and the world around him (for a broad overview, begin at " Discover Shakespeare " and examine links in the left sidebar).

Shakespeare was born in 1564 and died in 1616. Though he was born and died in the town Stratford-upon-Avon, much of his life was spent in London where he staged his plays. For biographical information, see Teaching Shakespeare's Biography , which begins with a brief overview and offers more detail through links in the sidebar. Additionally, for a timeline of Shakespeare's life and works in context, see "A Shakespeare Timeline Summary Chart" available via the EDSITEment-reviewed Shakespeare and the Internet.

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