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Essay | Romeo and Juliet

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Romeo and Juliet.
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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Romeo and Juliet' is a tragic love story between two `star cross'd' lovers. One of the most tense and fascinating scenes of the play is where the lovers first meet in Act 1 Scene 5. Shakespeare effectively uses references to the theme of fate in order to keep the tension and anxiety built up in the audience.
`Romeo and Juliet' is a tragic love story between two `star cross'd' lovers. One of the most tense and fascinating scenes of the play is where the lovers first meet in Act 1 Scene 5. Shakespeare effectively uses references to the theme of fate in order to keep the tension and anxiety built up in the audience. The lovers' death commences when Capulet, Juliet's father, throws a party to which he invites all his friends. The Montages are not invited of course, as the two powerful families have been feuding for years. Romeo though, devises a plan to get a look at Rosaline; a young girl he has been pursuing. He disguises himself and slips into the party. Once he is inside, his attention is stolen; not by Rosaline but by Juliet.

Additionally, in Act 1 Scene 1, the audience was introduced to the existing feud between the Montagues and the...

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This section contains 1,060 words
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