Romeo and Juliet Essay | Tragic Situation in Romeo and Juliet

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Tragic Situation in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Romeo and Juliet
In Romeo and Juliet, there are many tragic situations. All of these tragedies imitate real-life action. The play uses these actions to promote pity, fear, and anxiety. The play uses pity to attract the audience. I started feeling pity for Romeo and Juliet since the beginning of the play, when the prologue says.".. a pair of star-crossed lovers take their life.." it says that the two lovers were going to die because of the grudge between the two families. I also felt sad for Mercutio dies because of the feud. This pity makes the audience want to get in to the play and do something to help the character.

Fear, I personally really didn't fell fear in the play. But the fear is to get the audience more interested in the play. They tried to get the audience scared when Romeo goes back to...

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