Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
Important Terms, People, and Events
1830–1847: Childhood Years
1847–1848: Boarding School and a Return Home
1848–1850: The Great Revival and Poetic Beginnings
1850–1853: Youthful Courting
1853–1855: Springfield and Washington
1856–1862: Prolific Writing, a Shock, and Civil War
1862–1864: A Mentor
1865–1874: Deaths in the Family
1874–1883: Disappointment and Loss
1884–1886: Called Back
Study Questions and Suggested Essay Topics
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