Romeo and Juliet Essay | The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Summary: It discusses the events that foreshadowed the very popular tragedy by William Shakespeare of the young lovers, Romeo and Juliet.
          The famous play by William Shakespeare,"Romoeo and Juliet" is a youth romantic novel, where love is defeated by haterd,misunderstanding, and time. There are on a death run from the moment they meet each other. There are also some elements that foreshadow the fatality of the play's final outcome , for example when Juliet has a vision of Romeo in a tomb, when Romeo has a dream of Juliet finding him dead, and when Romeo thinks his beloved wife has past away.

           The first example of foreshadowing moment is when Juliet visualizes that Romeo is dead, soon after he has gone to Mantua. In (line 55)the play Juliet states "Methinks , I see my love dead , in bottom of a tomb" It is very clear that Juliet sees death for Romeo in the future...

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