I like this too. Rousseau once said even French dogs bark out of tune…which proves he wasn't always right. More JJR is Venice, where he was an ambssador's secretary, rather surprisingly
Thursday, 26 July 2007
Tuesday, 24 July 2007
"I shall say good night till it be morrow."
"Romeo Montague dies for Juliet and awakens in this age on a volcano in Hawaii, where he meets a wise Zen Master. So is the premise of James Edwards' new time-travel romance novel: "Romeo and Juliet: A Modern Day Sequel." In the story, Shakespeare's Juliet has reincarnated as a famous actress who falls in love with Romeo in an Internet chatroom. The story draws on themes from Zen Buddhism, Hollywood narcissism and new-age philosophy as the two star-crossed lovers recall their past lives in Egypt and Atlantis and overcome many obstacles to meet again."
The new west side story?
Chapter One free on the website.