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Shakespeare's Use of Language, Stagecraft and Character Presentation in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: How William Shakespeare uses language, stagecraft and presentation of characters to good effect in "Romeo and Juliet." Three scenes are used as examples: Act 1, scene 5, when Romeo and Juliet meet; Act 3, scene 1, when Mercutio and Tybalt are killed; and Act 3, scene 5, when Juliet is told that she will be marrying Paris.
William Shakespeare uses language, stagecraft and presentation of character effectively in "Romeo Juliet". Three scenes make good examples: Act 1, scene 5; this is when Romeo and Juliet meet. The next scene will be Act 3, scene 1, which is when Mercutio and Tybalt are both killed. The final scene I will be looking at is going be Act 3, scene 5; this is the scene in which Juliet is told that she will be marrying Paris.

In Act 1, scene 5 Romeo and Juliet see each other for the first time. Romeo thinks that Juliet is the most beautiful thing that he has ever seen. Before Romeo talks to Juliet, Tybalt spots him, Tybalt wants to fight Romeo because he is an enemy, but Lord Capulet stops him. Romeo talks to Juliet and they kiss twice. At the end of the scene they both find...

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