Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo and Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: An in depth look at the book Romeo and Juliet. How Shakespeare took words and made them into emotion.
Romeo and Juliet

Introduction

In Romeo and Juliet, Act 3 scene 5, the bedroom scene, is one of the most important scenes that Shakespeare wrote into the play and it is incredibly crucial to the storyline. It shows how emotions changed vastly and rapidly. It also shows how happiness and excitement can change to anger and upset with just a few simple words. Shakespeare has written this scene extremely well and has made all his points to the audience clear.

Some people may call this scene a turning point in the play as a lot of changes take place.

There are four distinct phases in this scene which stand out as different parts to the scene. The bedroom scene (phase one) shows the audience how happy the couple is but how upset they become after parting.

When Lady Capulet enters (phase two) the speech becomes sharper and the audience...

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