Romeo and Juliet Essay | Language and Context in Romeo and Juliet

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Language and Context in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Discusses language, plot and context in ACT 3 SCENE 1 of Romeo and Juliet, the tragic love story by Shakespeare. Also explores major themes of the play such as love hate; death and life.
Romeo and Juliet is the greatest love story of all time. It was written in 1595 by William Shakespeare. It is so popular even today that it has been translated in over fifty languages. It is written in Elizabethan style and is a tragic revenge love story as those plays were the most popular at that time. In this essay I will look at: Shakespeare's intensions; .A detailed look at the drama of the act; .A closer look at the characters of Tybalt and Romeo;

.The themes of the play such as love hate; death and life etc

We know from the start of this play that the play involves two feuding families "from forth the fatal loins of these two foes", a tragic love story "a pair of star crossed lovers take their life" and how the lovers death stops the fighting "what...

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