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Romeo and Juliet - The Importance of Act One Scene 5

Summary: Examines the William Shakespeare play, Romeo & Juliet. Describes the significance of Act One Scene 5 to the rest of the play.
In Romeo & Juliet, act 1 scene 5 initially holds and supports the beginning and the end of the play, as it encircle two of the most dominant themes love and hate.

Throughout the play Shakespeare portrays love in a brutal, emotional and powerful way. But in Act One Scence 5, we see Shakespeare's language change, where he captures the love between Romeo & Juliet entirety. At times in the play, love is described in expressions of religion, particularly in Act One scene 5 "holy shrine." Also when Romeo and Juliet begin to speak, the language towards one another is in sonnet form. Juliet says "Saints do not... for prayers' sake." Romeo Replies "Saints...while my prayer's... I take", with a rhyming scheme ababcdcdefefgg. Sonnet form is perceived as a ballad. Which is related to; rhyme, verse and limerick, illustrating that Juliet & Romeo's connection between each...

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