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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of "Romeo and Juliet," Act III, Scene 1.
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"Romeo and Juliet," Act III, Scene 1

Summary: An overview of Act III, Scene 1, of William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet," in which Tybalt killed Mercutio and Romeo responded by killing Tybalt. This scene is the most pivotal scene in the play, as this begins the chain of events that would lead to Romeo and Juliet's tragic deaths at the end of the play. Question three-choose one scene which is important in the play. Give a brief account of it and why it is so important.


Romeo and Juliet

Question three-choose one scene which is important in the play. Give a brief account of it and why it is so important.

Act 3, Scene 1 begins with Shakespeare telling us it is a hot day this suggests everyone is feeling hot, tired and bothered. Benvolio recommends to Mercutio that they should have a rest in an area sheltered from the sun, he also points out that members of the Capulet household are out in the streets, "And if we meet we shall not scape a brawl." Mercutio however would rather stay outside and responds with his good-natured humour. Tybalt then appears in search of Romeo, he is determined to fight Romeo. Romeo on the other hand is determined not to fight Tybalt "love thee better than thou canst devise, till thou shalt know the reason of my love." Mercutio is outraged when...

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