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    Created in 1595, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is about two star-crossed lovers from opposing families who hold an ancient grudge. The theme is about love and hate throughout the play. Shakespeare built up the tension to Scene 5 from the start of Act 1 intelligently by, for example, building up the feud between the families. This build up of tension is essential to the context of the story and without this the play would not be as dramatically effective. Right from the very start, the feud between

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    Romeo and Juliet, is one of the famous plays written by William Shakespeare who is known for his famous plays and poems. Romeo and Juliet are repeated by two different directors which are not alike, in both directing and speaking. The play is a very tragic at the end when Romeo and Juliet die due with their parent’s strife and hatred; however their death ends the anger and rage between the two families. The main theme of the play is romantic but ends with a tragic scene because the two star crossed

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    JACK PӦELVOORDE Romeo and Juliet Coursework In this essay I will analyse the main theme of love within the Shakespearian play Romeo and Juliet. Written in 1597 the themes of the play are contemporary of the period. There are several variation of love; inconsistency, doubt, nature, light, religion and fate. All of which will be expressed in this essay. From the very start of the play we see Romeo as a man whose obsession with love controls his life. We first see Romeo talking to his great friend

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    The Deaths of Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet "From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life;" I don't agree with the quotation above because I think the tragic deaths of both Romeo and Juliet are caused by human decision. It is an indirect result of the decisions and actions Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare's plays about tragedy. It is about two lovers

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    In the 1968 film “Romeo and Juliet” Franco Zeffirelli shows the age old tale of two “star-crossed lovers” in a new light. His choice of young, inexperienced actors Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting to play the lead roles of Juliet and Romeo was a risky decision that paid off. Tybalt ,Juliet’s cousin played by Michael York, is constantly battling with Mercutio, Romeo’s cousin played by John McEnery. Friar Laurence, played by Milo O’Shea, is Romeo’s advisor. Pat Heywood played Juliet’s Nurse. Lord

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    The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare introduces an immense amount of diverse characters, the Nurse and Friar Lawrence being two of many. Both these characters react to Romeo and Juliet’s situation out of the goodness of their hearts. For the Nurse, helping Romeo and Juliet meant that “her child” (in a sense since she raised Juliet since birth) would be happy and that’s all she could ever want. However, for Friar Lawrence, helping Romeo and Juliet with their marriage meant that he

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    In William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet had many issues leading towards Romeo and Juliet to commit suicide towards the end of the play. When blaming someone it means responsibility for something that is wrong or deserving censure. Accordingly, Friar Lawrence is openly accountable for Romeo and Juliet’s death. With this intention, he does not make one, but three faults that direct to their death. In particular, he marries Romeo and Juliet, he depended upon Friar John with a letter of essential

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    The Deaths of Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is one of the oldest and best loved stories in the world. Shakespeare found the story in a narrative poem called The Tragicall History of Romeus and Juliet by Arthur Brooke and adapted the poem for his own audiences. The story has been traced as far back as the third century AD and is set in Verona, Italy. The story tells of two young lovers, if they were any younger they would be classed as children, who find themselves between an ever-going

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    / But send him back.” (III. v. 59-63) Juliet feels helpless when she says goodbye to her new husband, Romeo, after the couple 's one and only night together. Fortune (or Dame Fortuna, goddess of fortune and fate) is often portrayed as a "fickle" (unpredictable and unreliable) goddess because she could raise men up to great heights or cast them down at any moment with the spin of her wheel. Juliet begs "fortune" to be kind to Romeo and reasons that since Romeo is so "faith[ful],” then "fickle" fortune

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    Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays, revolves around two “star-crossed lovers” that reflect each others emotion through the roller coaster of events they endeavor together. This play is an astounding and indulging experience that shows the true potency of love at first sight. Although the couple may be overly dramatic with their emotional changes, it highlights the power of love that Shakespeare wants to portray. They even go to the extent of saying that they would take death

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