In this article two concepts of movement in “Romeo and Juliet” are analysed: that of “passage” is retained to be fundamental for the identification of three motifs of travel: the “journey” of the feud, of love and of the text; that of “traffic” is considered to be linked to three dimentions of travel and movement: the sea environment, the commercial context, and communicative and interpersonal relationships.
|Title of host publication||To go or not to go? Catching the Moving Shakespeare|
|Number of pages||26|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
- Romeo and Juliet
- Terms of travel