Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo & Juliet

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Romeo & Juliet

Summary: A Comparison Between Scenes 3.2 and 3.3: We are meant to compare these two scenes in order to see the different maturation levels between Juliet and Romeo.
One of Shakepeare's greatest tragedies, Romeo and Juliet, is a play about "two star-crossed lovers," whom as young teens, learn they must mature quickly. Due to the two families' constant feud and chaotic world they live in, there is little time for the two to experience a normal teen relationship. It is their inability to handle the situation at such a young age, which brings the two teens to their untimely death. The first scene of Act 3, when Romeo slays Tybalt is the turning point of the play. The two teens are faced with the ultimate obstacle: whether or not they honestly feel true love for one another. The two scenes following the murder of Tybalt allow us to compare the reactions of Juliet and Romeo of what happened in the first scene. When contrasting scenes 2 and 3 from Act 3, paying close attention to the tone Shakespeare uses, Juliet...

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