When lovely Juliet refers to “thy suit” in Act II of this classic, she isn’t describing Romeo’s clothing. In fact, she’s talking about Romeo’s love for her. Imagine that your students could miss this subtle, yet profound detail! Consider how Shakespeare’s play has endured over time, getting updates in modern versions such as the film, West Side Story. That’s the same relevancy you will notice among the notes in this upbeat and humorous annotated version. Includes scene summaries, synopses, and notes for the reader.Copyright 2002, Teacher’s Discovery. 108 pages, 6 x 9 inches, paperback. Grades 7-12.