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|Named Person:||William Shakespeare|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lise Friedman; Ceil Friedman
|Notes:||Subtitle from cover.
Originally published: New York : Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2006.
"The story of the letter-writing phenomenon that inspired the idea behind the motion picture Letters to Juliet"--Cover.
|Description:||175 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||The story behind the story --
The tomb site --
The letters begin --
and Romeo's --
The "prof" --
Club di Giulietta --
A twenty-first century view.
|Responsibility:||Lise Friedman & Ceil Friedman.|
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The original book is MUCH better than the movie. Definitely worth reading.
I saw the movie "Letters To Juliet" at the theatre earlier this year, and enjoyed it a lot at the time. So when I found out about this book, I just had to read it! As a result my opinion regarding the movie has dramatically changed. No, Letters To Juliet (the book) is definitely not like the Letters...
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