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Romeo analysis (Romeo and Juliet)

Summary: UK english literature GCSE coursework on Romeo in Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare
Basing Your Essay On the Extracts Below, Comment On

Romeo's presentation in `Romeo And Juliet'

Your writing should focus on:

  • The language of the speeches and its impact on the audience.
  • Any important social, moral or philosophical context to the play.
Extracts:

a) I.i.165-189

b) I.v.43-52

c) III.i.118-132

d) V.iii.58-67

e) V.iii.108-120.

Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous of Shakespeare's works and almost certainly one of the best known storylines in the world today. Shakespeare did not start from scratch with this idea he stole it from another playwright because of the sheer number of plays demanded from him at the time, but Shakespeare developed it into the play we all know very well. This term we have been looking at Romeo specifically and his mood swings.

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