Newspaper of Romeo and Juliet

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Verona Times Monday 4th march 1597 Verona Times Monday 4th march 1597 Love kills

“Romeo and Juliet”
Once again the feud between the Capulet and Montague families has disturbed the peace and quiet in Verona. This time we have lost more than just peace we have lost lives. We still don’t know which party is too be blamed but we do have a story. According to witnesses the two groups of staff from each family erupted in fight on Thursday morning. Benvolio, Romeo’s cousin, managed to calm down the fight until Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, arrived at the scene and thanks to a pass a byer we know what happened. Soon citizens became joining in with the brawl and picking sides. Soon after the heads of the two families’ began to gaze upon this brawl but by god’s grace our fair prince of Verona stopped the fight. The next night there was a party hosted by the Capulet family. Where Juliet was caught kissing an unknown guest in a masquerade we believe this was Romeo as he was an uninvited guest. The only person who seemed to guess it was Romeo was Juliet’s cousin Tybalt. Later that night Romeo returned to the Capulet home to speak to Juliet. We know

this information thanks to Juliet’s nurse. Romeo spoke his love to Juliet in the traditional way of sonnets. Romeo and Juliet’s love for each other was uncontainable they knew they mustn’t tell their parents because they would not approve. We spoke to the fathers of the two siblings and they both explained how “we would be outraged and furious. They both know our families have never seen eye to eye.” As the days of love and secrets went by Romeo asked Fria Lawrence if he would marry them in secret eventually the two lovers were married. Later that day Romeo, Benvolio and Murcutio were wondering the streets of Verona when Tybalt arrived in the distance. Tybalts rage and hatred for the Montague family and for...
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