"The ping-ponging format and awkwardly shifting POV, however, makes the story wearisome and confusing as it tries too hard to playfully salute the original in aggressively modern terms. (Fiction. 12-16)"
Shakespeare's tangled love romp, A Midsummer Night's Dream is fodder yet again for a contemporary retelling, this time set in a typical American high school preparing for a staging of Romeo and Juliet.
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