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    Is Friar Lawrence responsible? There always has to be a person at fault when someone kills themselves. The play Romeo and Juliet is written by William Shakespeare‚ and it features two lovers by the names of Romeo and Juliet. They get married despite their parents hate for each other. Both Romeo and Juliet end up killing themselves and it is made unclear who is to blame for their deaths. Friar Lawrence is to blame for three main reasons‚ he developed multiple plans that repeatedly failed‚ he did

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    Romeo and Juliet Essay Shakespeare’s eminent play‚ Romeo and Juliet is a classic love story. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are two young kids who fall in love. Their families have an on-going feud and cannot stand each other. The two star-crossed lovers rush to their marriage and end this family feud through an unexpected turn of events. Shakespeare writes this novel to criticize and exaggerate young love. In the novel‚ Romeo and Juliet‚ written by William Shakespeare‚ young love is made to

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    Romeo And Juliet “O RomeoRomeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?” Says Juliet. (Pg.820). Juliet says this statement because she has been very anxious by waiting for Romeo. She sits on the balcony waiting for Romeo to talk to her about there love life together. They eventually get onto talking about getting married. Romeo and Juliet have some communication problems because when the nurse tells Juliet that Romeo is coming to see her she gets very excited. (Pg. 814) this is bad to Juliet because Romeo

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    Romeo and Juliet Motifs and Theme of Love One of the best known Shakespearean plays‚ Romeo and Juliet‚ has amazing motifs that develop the theme of love. This play was translated into 80 different languages over the past four centuries and is 416 years old and remains the best known love story of all time. When people come across forbidden love or star-crossed lovers‚ they usually think of Romeo and Juliet. There are so many versions of movies‚ books‚ and plays that are based on the story of Romeo

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    Characters Romeo and Juliet help to teach the audience about life. Through our study of the play‚ Romeo and Juliet demonstrate to us the transience of life and the imminence of death. We learn that‚ it’s a bright idea to look before you leap‚ and not too jump into things to hastily. Further‚ we understand destiny‚ fate and what they have to do with the stars. These ideas are all present in Shakespeare’s play‚ “Romeo and Juliet”‚ and these insights help to enlighten the audience. One way Romeo and

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    opening lines of “Romeo and Juliet”‚ tell the reader what is happening before it really happens. The article talks about how people that have just fallen in love can appear crazy to the rest of the world‚ even though they might feel even more sane than ever before. Romeo and Juliet have this same experience. Characters like the Friar worry about Romeo and Juliet because they are smart and sensible and know Romeo and Juliet are rushing into a big mistake. In “Romeo and Juliet” Shakespeare’s characters

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    Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare in London‚ in the mid-1590s. This play about two lovers was among his most popular and most frequently performed plays. It was extremely popular even in Shakespeare’s lifetime. However‚ Shakespeare did not introduce the story into the English language. Romeo and Juliet borrows from a tradition of tragic love stories dating back to antiquity. For instance‚ Pyramus and Thisbe from Ovid’s Metamorphoses‚ which has many similarities

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    3) of Romeo and Juliet in 1700s compare to the changes made in the Baz Luhrman film version of the play. The plot of both were actually similarly the same‚ however the setting was a lot different and I will be talking about some of the main important changes made to the setting of the movie and of course most importantly the topic which my presentation is mainly on which is Alternate Endings. First of all ill talk a little bit about the setting of the movie. The original Romeo and Juliet was obviously

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    Romeo and Juliet Question: To what extent are the personal weaknesses of the central characters responsible for the tragic outcome of ‘Romeo and Juliet’? William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet‚ ends in tragedy because of personal weaknesses shown by the central characters. There are weaknesses shown by the characters of Romeo and Juliet with their emotional feelings or love which contributes to the tragedy. A flaw or weakness that is shown by the character of Capulet is his power and anger or

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    Juliet‚ Influenced by Love True love can strike when someone least expects it and change the course of his or her entire life. In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare‚ Juliet‚ the female protagonist‚ is a dynamic character who matures from a young innocent girl into an independent woman after falling in love with Romeo. In the beginning of the play‚ Juliet is depicted as a young girl who is not quite fourteen year old with no thoughts yet of an adult life. Juliet shows growth

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