A Critic's Meta Review: 5/5
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (REVIEW)
My approach to this title is undeniably cultural. As a cliché, this inverted tragedy contains the irony of perversion manifest in stary nights and young love. What is this perversion, you may ask? Poe's imp points towards a different 'forme' yet we are driven towards the idols of our desires in a similar dissent of determinism. This descent of man circumvents the will of kin-cannon and whats left is the fodder, forever immortalized by those who have such an other.