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  • Romeo and Juliet
    Mercutio is introduced in act 1 scene iv as he and Romeo go to crash the Capulet party. The scene captures the essence of Mercutio as a joking foil to Romeo who gets Romeo to not take life so...

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    It sounds like you need help writing an essay, there are lots of good resources on this site, in the Romeo and Juliet area, to help. As a more simple answer to your question, Shakespeare shows...

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    Shakespeare often likes to match the mood of the characters to the weather. At the beginning of the scene, as Benvolio mentions how hot it is, it can be inferred that the young men's tempers...

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    Romeo and Juliet is a story of two star-crossed lovers. Romeo and Juliet's family hate each other, they meet not knowing that one is Capulet and the other a Montague and fall in love. Their...

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    This question has already been answered. Here is a link for you: http://www.enotes.com/romeo-and-juliet/q-and-a/how-does-shakespeare-create-tension-for-audience-48249

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    As the others have noted, there is no reason but it does highlight how silly it was to have it in the first place. If there wasn't a feud, Romeo and Juliet would have lived happily ever after....

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    In Act V, Scene 3, as Juliet hears a noise coming, she responds, "Yea noise! Then I will be brief. O happy dagger, This is thy sheath, there rust and let me die." She decides to do this...

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    Evaluating whether an act is right or wrong is a subjective process, based on one's experience and set of morals. Shakespeare tells us that Friar Lawrence hoped to mend the feud between Romeo's...

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    Act I, Scene 5 is where Romeo and Juliet meet and instantly fall in love. They also discover through the Nurse that each of them has fallen in love with their enemy. The two lovers go ahead and...

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    Paris is a "good" character in the sense that he seems to truly love Juliet. He follows the rules of courtship by going to Lord Capulet to ask for Juliet's hand in marriage. At the end, when both...

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    Tes, most definitely, the apothecary is an important plot element, for he helps move the action forward, yet poison is not the only means Romeo has to kill himself, so it is not essential that the...

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    The interaction is genuine. The they have lost everything due to the feud. In addition to losing their children, they have lost other family members (Tybalt and Lady Montague. There is nothing...

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    Old Capulet does not allow Tybalt to confront Romeo because such an action would challenge the older man's position as head of his household. Furthermore, such action at "an old-accustomed feast"...

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    I'd say so, but the real question is, who is asking, and who is answering? She's 13, and by modern standards, that's very young. It also seems young to Juliet's father. However, as Paris points out...

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    In Shakespeare's time, the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet would have been their fault because they disobeyed their parents. However, we tend to interpret the story as a love story subject a group of...

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    Benvolio tells Romeo to follow his lead. Look at other ladies. There are other people than this Rosalind girl. Benvolio hopes that if Romeo sees that there are other girls that may return his...

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