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  • Act 2 Scene 1
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    Romeo & Juliet Study Guide CHARACTERS 1. Stage Manager-When the play is read aloud, and the actors remain seated the stage manager reads the play directions. These are the words in italics that describe whats happening on stage. Capulets 2. Lord Capulet 3. Lady Capulet-his wife 4. Juliet-their daughter 5. Tybalt-Juliets Cousin 6. Sampson 7. Gregory Montagues 8. Lord Montague 9. Lady Montague-his wife 10. Romeo-their son 11. Benvolio 12. Mercutio 13. Abraham Other 14. Nurse-Juliets Nurse 15. Fria...
  • Romeo And Juliet's Lives
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    Romeo and Juliet: Fate or Free Will Humans often follow the path of fate. Everyone makes choices out of their own free will that affect their life at that time, but will, in the end, lead to their pre-determined fate. People inflict their own wounds during their life by the choices that they make. This applies in Romeo and Juliet and plays a major role in Romeo and Juliet's lives. A pair of star-crossed lovers" Romeo and Juliet could see that their life together was not going the way they wanted...
  • Marriage Of Romeo And Juliet
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    In Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy by William Shakespeare, Friar Lawrence plays a dominate role in the eventual death of Romeo and Juliet even though he is not on stage for most of the play. There are basically three major parts that lead to the tragedy; the marriage, the plan, and the inevitable deaths in all which Friar Lawrence plays a vital role. Friar Lawrence plays an essential role in the marriage of young Romeo and Juliet. At Romeos request Friar Lawrence states, "In one respect Ill thy assi...
  • Married Romeo And Juliet
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    Romeo and Juliet: Blame Friar Lawrence In Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet", Friar Lawrence has a major role. As a priest, Romeo and Juliet trusted Friar Lawrence completely, turning to him for advice, and solutions. He was there throughout Romeo and Juliet's lives, he married them, came up with a plan to keep them together, and was a friend throughout their tragedies. However it was his rashness, shortsightedness, poorly thought out plans and desperate measures that led to Romeo and Juliet'...
  • Romeo And Juliet
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    Romeo and Juliet - Plot Outline Romeo and Juliet is a play written by William Shakespeare. It is a love story, which ends in tragedy, when the two lovers, Romeo and Juliet commit suicide when their feuding families prevent them from being together. The Play starts off when the Montague's (Romeo's family), and the Capulets (Juliet's family) are arguing. Price Escalus, the Prince of Verona (Verona being the place where the two families live) stops the quarrel and orders the families to stop the fe...
  • Romeo And Juliet's Secret Marriage
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    The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare clearly demonstrates how tragedy can be caused when the rage of past generations is carried over to a younger generation. The key factor that demonstrates this theme is the constant feud between the Capulets and the Montagues. The rage between the two households directly relates to the tragic death of Romeo and Juliet. A major dispute is going on between the Capulets and the Montagues. These two households, 'both alike in dignity,' (1. Prolo...
  • Tybalt And Romeo And Friar
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    Romeo and Juliet, said to be one of the most famous love stories of all times, is a play anchored on fate. Some actions are believed to occur by chance or by destiny. The timing of each action influences the outcome of the play. While some events are of less significance, some are crucial to the development of this tragedy. The substantial events that inspire the conclusion of Romeo and Juliet's destiny are; the Capulet ball, the quarrel experienced by Tybalt and Romeo, and Friar John's plague. ...
  • Lives Of Romeo And Juliet
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    Romeo and Juliet: Fate Throughout Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet, fate manifests itself causing the destruction of many lives. Fate drastically affects the lives of Romeo, Juliet, and Tybalt throughout the tragedy. Destined to bump into the servant, Romeo discovers the Capulets party. Romeo goes to find Rosa line at Capulets party yet fate leads him to meet Juliet. He wants the outside power that rules his life to 'steerage [his] course and direct [his] sail' (Act 1, Scene 5, Pg. 403) fo...
  • Romeo And Benvolio
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    Montague servants confront Capulet noblemen in a street and the start a sword fight. It is broken up by the Prince who says that they next person to fight shall be killed. Benvolio confronts Romeo about him not being present at the fight in the street. Romeo tells Benvolio about Rosaline not liking him. Romeo is depressed. Romeo and Benvolio see guest list to a Capulet party and see Rosaline's name. Benvolio suggests Romeo get her back there. At the party, Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, notices Romeo ...
  • Romeo And Juliet Ride
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    The True Ending This is the actual ending to Romeo and Juliet. It wasn't a happy love story like you might have thought. No it was a horrible tragedy that didn't really make sense but happened any way. The truth is that only Romeo and Juliet survive, well sort of. The story starts off at night in a rain storm that doesn't cease, right after Romeo has slain Paris. Romeo believes that Juliet is dead and goes to see her and kill him if it proves to be true. Romeo never got the friars message and hu...
  • Fate Of Romeo And Juliet
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    If the Titanic did not bump into the iceberg, a tragedy could have been avoided. Why did Hitler get elected? Maybe then the holocaust could have been avoided. If a plane flight was cancelled on 9/11, we might have avoided the deaths of thousands. Why did Romeo meet Juliet in the first place? Could Tybalt and Mercutio's deaths been avoided? Last but not least, why did Juliet wake up in time to see dying Romeo? What exactly ties all events together? Fate. In the beginning of the play it is told, "...
  • Story Of Romeo And Juliet
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    A Comparison of Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story. There is a lot in common between the two plays Romeo And Juliet and West Side Story. The main male characters have many things in common. In fact, Toni and Romeo both miss the beginning fight at the beginning of the plays, they both fall in love and end up getting killed. The difference between the two is that Toni takes place in the 1950s', while Romeo happens in Elizabethan times (the late 1500s). The two main female characters also have ma...
  • Romeo And Juliet
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    Romeo and Juliet: Love or Infatuation. This may sound unorthodox, but in my opinion Romeo and Juliet were NOT in love, but instead were infatuated. It seemed that Romeo and Juliet were constantly looking for sex. People in love are patient, and usually good friends. Romeo hardly knew Juliet and they were married in a matter of days. They didn't even think about the consequences of there marriage. Romeo and Juliet didn't think about the consequences and in act 2, scene 3 Romeo says that if he's c...
  • Romeo Montague And Juliet Capulet
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    Fate plays a chief role in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet belong to feuding families. The family feud causes them to keep their love and marriage a secret, therefore only Romeo, Juliet, Benvolio, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse know of their love. Misinterpretations, misunderstandings, and wrong impressions lead to the death of two young adults and the mourning of two families. Romeo is a handsome young gentleman from the Montague family. He can sweep any girl of...
  • Knowing Juliet's Marriage To Romeo
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    THEME To start with, we can see that the general situation is rather like a clan or tribal conflict. Such conflict can lead to social disorder, bloodshed or even death. It all start with the conflict between the two households. Later on in the play, at Act II, Scene 2 - the party scene, Romeo and Juliet meet and fell immediately in love and they shared a sonnet together. This is just a matter of fate and chance. The play is in a climax after Romeo and Juliet decided to get married the next day a...
  • Romeo Montague And Juliet Capulet
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    Romeo and Juliet Essay Love vs. Hatred Romeo and Juliet was written containing a great deal of love and hatred. The two combined created tragedy. This William Shakespeare play centres on two disputing families in Verona Italy and two young lovers belonging to the families. The two lovers are Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. This play proves that love can rise even when families come from a background of hatred although this one results in tragedy. The two families feel that their hatred would ...
  • Summary The Story Of Romeo And Juliet
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    Character Traits Romeo- Romeo is the son of Montague. He cares for Juliet a lot but his friend makes fun of him. He suddenly grows up to a man and likes Juliet. He is very hot-tempered too. His family and Juliet's families have been fighting for generations. He loves to Juliet and wants to marry her. Juliet- Juliet is the daughter of Capulet. She loves Romeo a lot too. She wants to marry him also. She is loving and caring. Her heart "is only for Romeo". She is also very brave and determined. Mer...
  • Next 2 Juliet
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    Romeo and Juliet is a romance play written in the 15th century by the one and only, shakespeare. To summarize the play, Romeo, after being rejected by a young lady named Rosa line, goes with some of the other younger montague's to crash their enemy's party, the capulets. romeo goes and meets juliet and the next morning they get married. Then tybalt, juliets cuz in, gets mad at romeo 4 going 2 the party and trys to kill him but romeo doesnt want 2 cause he was family but tybalt didnt know that ca...
  • Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet
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    Romeo and Juliet is written by William Shakespeare. It is a story about two lovers called Romeo and Juliet; whose lives end in a tragedy. There are many reasons why the tragedy occurred. The feud between the Capulet's and the Montague's is largely responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. However, there are a number of factors or characters that may be considered to be responsible. Some characters unintentionally influenced the course of the tragedy by not thinking rationally and having o...
  • Romeo And Juliet
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    In the tragedy Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet fall in love despite their long family feud. Since they couldn't be together in life they decided to be together in death. Three main causes lead to their tragic deaths. One significant cause leading to the tragic outcome was the pressure Juliet felt to marry Paris. Lord Capulet felt that what was best for Juliet was to marry Paris. Of course Lord Capulet didn't know she was already married to Romeo. Juliet strongly didn't ...

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