Why and how has Romeo has changed from the beginning of the play to the end of the play in Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo is moody, immature, and impulsive as the story begins. He is also sensitive and compassionate though. As the story continues, Romeo matures somewhat, but maintains these basic characteristics.
Romeo’s sensitivity and compassion, as well as his brooding, moody nature, is evident from the very beginning when he sees the aftermath of the brawl.
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