Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo & Juliet - Key Moment for Romeo

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Romeo & Juliet - Key Moment for Romeo

Summary: Choose a play in which one scene or moment determines the fate of a main character. Explain fully why you think this is the key moment in the character's fortune. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare.
In Shakespeare's `Romeo and Juliet' the acts are divided into different categories and Act 3 is known as the `Crisis Act' and is a pivotal scene in the mood, action and imagery of the play. Romeo and Juliet have just been married in the previous scene and so the mood is high .However, in scene 1 Romeo encounters Tybalt and Mercutio together only and hour after the marriage. Romeo tries to calm them down but Mercutio is uncontrollable and Romeo does not want a fight as he is set on seeing Tybalt as a kinsman now that they are related: "Tybalt, the reason that I have to love thee," Romeo repeats this idea of sincerity by later telling Tybalt that he: "shalt know the reason of my love." Because of this Romeo tries twice to avoid a duel with Tybalt. First he tries to leave...

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