Reading the Romeo & Juliet “Lark” scene (first half) from the 1632 Second Folio

What an amazing activity for Shakespeare’s birthday…

This video was taken at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Special Collection at the Golda Meir Libarary. A more comprehensive blog posting can be found introducing the longer video which begins with UWM staff librarian Max Yela introducing us to the Second Folio. I recommend you watch that one instead of this because it’s cooler, and you can find it here. But for those of you who just want to hear the play, I made this video without the preamble.

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