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Romeo and Juliet, Act 1 Scene 5

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet. Examines how love and hate are presented in act 1 scene 5 of the play. Considers which emotion is presented more forcefully and how.
Shakespeare's representation of love and hate is an important theme that runs throughout the play. Shakespeare's contrast of love and hate when Romeo first lays eyes on Juliet, and hatred when Tybalt wants to kill Romeo after realising that he has come to Capulet's mansion for the party. Love and hate is the theme that I hope to deal with in this essay and

One of the most important way that Shakespeare shows love in this scene is when the sonnet is said by Romeo and Juliet, this is very unusual and unique sonnet because it was normal for male's to express their love in form of a sonnet but in this Juliet also expresses her love for Romeo.

Act 1 scene 5 starts in the Capulet's mansion, the servants have entered, and are serving drinks, they have added actors like servants which have no relevant to...

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