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  • All The News That Fit To Print - 606 words
    ALL THE NEWS THAT FIT TO PRINT!!! THE VERONA TIMES The Banishment of Romeo Today the young Montegue, Romeo killed Tybalt from the family of the Capulets. The Prince had said a few days ago that if these two families were to ever disturb the peace again, the person who did it would pay for it with their life. People say that Romeo did nothing wrong because right before Romeo killed Tybalt, Tybalt had killed some one from the house of Montegues. He did what the law would have done so why is it his fault? Well the Prince had to keep his word, therefor if Romeo is ever seen in Verona again he will be immediately executed. The fight had begun a while back when the Capulets had a party at their ho ...
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  • Does Romeo Behave Rashly While Juliet Shows Superior Judgement - 616 words
    Does Romeo Behave Rashly While Juliet Shows Superior Judgement? I do not totally agree that Romeo behaves rashly while Juliet shows superior judgement. It does seem as though Romeo is more confident and quick to make decisions, and Juliet takes her time and thinks it over first. Both Romeo and Juliet make some good decisions by showing good judgement but also some mistakes by acting hastily without thinking. Juliet behaves in a careful and thoughtful manner in different stages of the play. An example of this is when Lady Capulet talks to her about marrying Paris. She declines the offer, "It's an honour that I dream not of." She does not think that she is ready to marry yet, and has not thoug ...
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  • Fate - 694 words
    Fate The only theme that tragedy reveals is that the noble and good must suffer. There is no lesson we can draw from tragedy that will help us avoid the fate of the protagonist. It is known that in Shakespeares tragedies the main characters die in the end. Romeo and Juliet being a tragedy, sets up a situation where we know that Romeo and Juliet are going to die in the end. There are many events that lead to their deaths. The Capulets and Montagues share the responsibility for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because of each familys stubborn refusal to end an enduring feud. If their feud could have been resolved the children of each family would not have shared this terrible fate. Friar Lawrenc ...
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  • Nurse In Romeo And Juliet - 1,510 words
    Nurse In Romeo And Juliet Many of Shakespeares tragedies incorporate some character who is amusing, delightful, and downright comic, injecting into the somberness of the plot line a note of levity. In Romeo and Juliet, this is the character of Juliets nurse. We do not have a name for her, and yet we know much about her, for she is only too happy to tell us everything wed like to know -- sometimes two or three times. Garrulous, simple, and common, she is none-the-less endearing because of her good heart and her deep love for Juliet -- and even more important, she is essential to the development of the story itself. When we first meet her, she and Lady Capulet are looking for Juliet. Lady Capu ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet - 1,374 words
    Romeo and Juliet Where would the audience perceive the blame to lie for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? As with many things it is difficult to lay the blame on one specific occurrence as even the slightest mishap, especially in this story, can mount to something far worse than ever expected. The question I am trying to answer is where the audience would perceive the blame to lie and personally I feel the answer to that question lies greatly with who the audience actually is. A modern day audience compared to an Elizabethan one would have vastly different opinions, as would a teenager and his or her parents. Nevertheless, right from the first page in the book it becomes apparent that this st ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet - 766 words
    Romeo And Juliet Contributions of minor characters to the plot, theme and character development. By: Tom Quaranta Minor characters play large roles in contributing to many aspects of plays, movies and stories. Minor characters help bring out attributes of a character that only they can do. Friar Laurence is one of the minor characters who contributes, and furthers the plot by marrying Romeo and Juliet in Act II, Scene VI. Tybalt is another minor character who contributes to the theme of hatred. The Nurse reveals Juliets character. The minor characters, such as the nurse, Friar Laurence, and Tybalt contribute to the plot, theme of hatred and character elements of the play. Friar Laurence cont ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet - 1,968 words
    ... ws a tremendous excitement knowing that he is loving and getting love back.He gets in trouble because of the killing of Tybalt and he is banned from Verona and he has to leave.When Romeo must leave Juliet and move away neither Romeo nor Juliet can put up with the pain.They fight with all the power they have to try to stay together forever,till it comes to the point that the only solution to be together is by death. They tried everything else but they didn't succeed. He just can't bear to live a life without her. He thinks of his only choices and knows that either he forgets about her and leave town or he stay with her and is sent to death penalty.Even though he knows he has family and fr ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet Love - 606 words
    Romeo And Juliet Love In the Shakespearean Tragedy, Romeo and Juliet we discover how strong the power of love really is. Romeo and Juliet never attempt to change the position of the two opposing households with their hearts but tragically succeed in the end, with the taking of their lives. They both kept the news of their actions hidden from their family but Juliet was the one who lied ridiculously to her parents, especially to her mother, someone who she shouldve learned to trust. But how could she? Lady Capulet was often portrayed as a cold and distant authority figure that Juliet feared instead of loved and confided in. A loving relationship between the two shouldve been established from ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet With West Side Story - 902 words
    Romeo And Juliet With West Side Story Story are two very similar movies. Though they are alike in many ways, they are also very different as well. The two movies mirror each other all the way until the fight in West Side Story and until Mercutio dies in Romeo and Juliet. When Tony dies in West Side Story and Maria, acting as a "Juliet", the major differences start to show. In Romeo and Juliet, the two lovers both die, in West Side Story, Maria lives. Instead of fighting between families, as the Montagues and the Capulets, West Side Story brings out the gang activity, Sharks vs. Jets. Some of the characters in West Side Story are the same personality-type as the ones in Romeo and Juliet. Thes ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet: From Play To Big Screen - 1,745 words
    Romeo And Juliet: From Play To Big Screen Romeo and Juliet: From Play to Big Screen In 1596, William Shakespeare published the tragic tale of two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet. The origins of this story are uncertain but Shakespeare's chief source for his adoption of the story was from " ... The Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Juliet, a poem by Arthur Brooke (1562). He also knew the story from Palace of Pleasure, by William Painter, which appeared in several editions prior to 1580."(Boyce 563) Shakespeare's classic tale is about "two young lovers caught in the crossfire of a senseless family feud."(Shakespeare 3) This feud between the two families ultimately is the cause of the two ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet: Various Types Of Love - 813 words
    Romeo And Juliet: Various Types Of Love Throughout the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet various types of love are displayed . Benvolio believes women are interchangeable, while, at the beginning Romeo bel ieves love is pain. At the beginning Juliet does not even have a definition of love. Paris's and Lady Capulet's definition of love is in appearance. It is obvio us that Shakespeare wants the audience to believe that the only true or real love is the love that exists between Romeo and Juliet. The first type of love the audience is introduced to is the interchangeable lo ve of Benvolio. According to Benvolio, a man should love a woman for only the duration of their relationship. If their relations ...
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  • Romeo And Julietcomparison Essay - 580 words
    Romeo And Juliet-Comparison Essay Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet interpreted by Zeffirelli are two versions of a classic tale of two young lovers. In reading Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet and viewing Zeffirellis Romeo and Juliet one becomes aware of many differences between them. Although the basic storyline remains the same, the differences are obvious. These differences can be found in the setting, characters and their speeches, and the culmination of the story. These differences between the versions produce two entirely different interpretations of the story. Zeffirelli changed the story by changing important scene by use of omitting characters or switching t ...
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  • Romeo Juliet - 340 words
    Romeo & Juliet Study Guide CHARACTERS 1. Stage Manager-When the play is read aloud, and the actors remain seated the stage manager reads the play directions. These are the words in italics that describe what's happening on stage. Capulet's 2. Lord Capulet 3. Lady Capulet-his wife 4. Juliet-their daughter 5. Tybalt-Juliets Cousin 6. Sampson 7. Gregory Montague's 8. Lord Montague 9. Lady Montague-his wife 10. Romeo-their son 11. Benvolio 12. Mercutio 13. Abraham Other 14. Nurse-Juliets Nurse 15. Friar Laurence-a holy man 16. Prince-The Prince of Verona 17. Paris Act1 Scene1: The scene is a street in Verona, Italy. Sampson and Gregory, 2 servants of the Capulet household, are talking. Romeo lov ...
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  • Romeo Juliet Passion Slave - 1,194 words
    Romeo & Juliet Passion Slave The Role of Love in Romeo and Juliet The modern literature community recognizes Shakespeare as one of the most brilliant minds in the history of dramatic theatre. His unmatched ability to represent human behavior and emotion makes the love in Romeo and Juliet the driving force behind the play's success. Shakespeare incorporated many different types of love in order to capture the hearts of the Elizabeth Era. Juliet's nurse shows amazing concern for the young girl's well being. She, in some ways, takes the place of her natural mother (Examples of Love in Romeo and Juliet). Lady Capulet treated Juliet as a naпve young girl with no knowledge and feelings of he ...
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  • The Death Motif In Shakespeares Romeo And Juliet - 1,602 words
    The Death Motif In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet The Death Motif in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Often times, authors use the theme of death throughout their works. This seems to be true of William Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet. Throughout his play, Shakespeare uses death to move his story along. He does this with actual deaths, which cause problems for the lovers, and through premonitions and dreams of death. Both Juliet and her Romeo exhibit these premonitions/dreams. The use of death is immediately seen in the prologue of the play: "The fearful passage of their death-marked love ... " (Shakespeare Pro. 9). The Prologue offers us the inevitable fate of the two lovers short and abrupt. ...
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  • The Minor Characters In Romeo And Juliet Have A Great Deal Of - 492 words
    The Minor Characters In Romeo And Juliet Have A Great Deal Of Influence Of The Destinies Of The Major Characters Romeo and Juliet is a play based on love, fate, change and tragedy. It tracks the story of two lovers from opposing families' ancient feud, in death. Like most stories, the major characters play an important role, such as the decisions in which they take. Yet the minor characters also have a good deal of influence over the ultimate destinies of Romeo and Juliet. The first minor character to be mentioned should be Tybalt. He was a butter enemy of Romeo, and had he not been `slain', Romeo would never had been banished. In Act 3, Scene 1, Tybalt kills Mercutio when Romeo attempts to ...
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  • West Side Story With Romeo And Juliet - 1,917 words
    West Side Story With Romeo And Juliet What would Romeo and Juliet be like if Juliet hadn't died? What if Paris killed Romeo, instead of vice versa? What if instead of occurring several centuries ago, it took place on the streets of New York City during the 1950s, with a bunch of fresh-faced youths posing as street toughs and dancing and singing their hearts out? Well, just take a look at West Side Story, and you will have your answers. It is impossible for anyone familiar with both texts to not note the obvious major similarities between the two plays. From the opening scenes in both, up through the rumble in West Side Story/death of Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, the plays mirror each other ...
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  • Who Is To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet - 1,204 words
    Who Is To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet? Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy about two star crossed lovers whose love cannot apart them from their two feuding families. In this essay I will state who or what are responsible for their deaths, the main theme of the story is hatred and fate. Firstly I must introduce the two families because their attitude of hatred is responsible for the deaths mainly because if they hadnt quarrelled then maybe Romeo and Juliet wouldnt have got married in secret. Resulting in the feud all the members perpetuated the feud this is illustrated by Tybalt from the Capulet family, Juliets cousin, he started the fight that resulted in Romeo getting banished and h ...
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