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Act by Act Summary of "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: A complete summary of each act in William Shakespeare's classic, "Romeo and Juliet."
Act I

A fight breaks out in the streets of Verona between the Capulets and Montagues. Prince Escalus of Verona appears and puts an end to their brawl. He scolds the families for once again, disturbing the peace of Verona, and threatens them with death if another fight as to happen.

After that, Benvolio confronts Romeo and asks him why he is so sad. He discovers that Romeo is sad because he is in love with Rosaline, but unfortunately, she did not return that love.

Paris, a kinsman of the Prince, asks Capulet for his daughter's hand in marriage. Capulet says that Juliet was still young, and that Juliet had to agree to it. Capulet then informs Paris that he is throwing a party that night and invites Paris to attend. He gives a list of the guests to a servant so...

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