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Newspaper Article of Romeo and Juliet
Sunday morning, the everlasting hatred between the Capulet’s and the Montague’s once again erupted and disturbed the quiet of our streets in piazza Tola. As we have not been promptly informed on which party the blame lies, our Prince acquainted us on how the fight broke out, with the help of a passer-by. Montague and Capulet servants started by brawling and taunting each other through baseness. Benvolio, a nephew of Montague tried to calm the fight, but in vain. As soon as lady Capulet’s nephew, Tybalt, made an appearance on the scene, the old grudges came to the surface. Although everybody has forgotten the real cause of this long lasting vendetta between the two families. In a trice, fighting broke out between the two noblemen. Gradually, citizens of Verona joined the fray and took sides. Swords were drawn, along with the crowds. Animosity and pernicious rage flaired with increasing tension and aggressiveness.
Drawn by this violent up-heaval, the heads of the respective families arrived on the scene to exacerbate the general feelings of the crowd. Immediately, they asked for their swords even though Lady Capulet and Lady Montague tried to talk reason to them. By God’s grace, our Prince was there to put an end to this strife by imposing his just judgment and, thankfully, no lives were taken. A little gossip for our ladies...
Last night, a party was organised by the Capulet family for the nobility and the beau monde. Of course, the Montague’s were excluded from this reception. Lady Helena graced the occasion and recounted some of it to us. Servants rushed around preparing the auspicious evening, lighting torches and turning the tables up so all the fair women could dance, primp, and charm young eligible men. Lord Capulet was in high spirits, and encouraged the...
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