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Growing Up, Juliet

Summary: Romeo, although maturing in his feelings of love and intimacy is still young and reckless in his behavior. One must also take into account, Romeo knows that he is a fugitive and that being found and killed is very likely, this may shed some light onto Romeo's recklessness. However, Juliet is more pragmatic than the reckless Romeo eventually pleads for Romeo to leave "O, now be gone! More light and light it grows".
Growing up, Juliet

The timeless story of lovers, Romeo and Juliet is horribly tragic. In Act III, Scene V of the play the tragedy begins to unfold. Although the entire play is rather dramatic, this scene reveals the effects of past decisions and is the beginning of a tragic series of misunderstandings and fatal reactions. Important relational transformations occur amongst the characters, and the tone for the rest of the play is revealed in this scene. Through language, Shakespeare presents these changes through exquisite puns, as well as foreshadowing the eventual suicides of Romeo and Juliet. From this point on in the play there are no more comedic or romantic scenes. Through Juliet's marriage and first sexual encounter she

Juliet's first visible transformation to adulthood is revealed here. In Romeo's desire to be with Juliet, he is willing to risk capture, and most probably death, in being...

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