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It was a cold winters night in Chicago, with temperatures well below freezing. The streets were concealed by a thick white blanket of snow, and patches of glistening ice were covering the dark alleys where the earlier blizzards had been unable to dump the snow. In the centre of the city was a small park. The park played host to an arboretum of oak and evergreen trees that cast dark,

Act One Scene Five is a highly significant scene in the play and full of dramatic contrast

“Romeo and Juliet” was one of Shakespeare’s earliest tragedies and is based on a medieval Italian legend, narrated in a poem by Arthur Brooke some decades earlier. Shakespeare was writing for an extremely diverse audience and provides interest for everyone: poetry and philosophy for the intelligentsia, romance for the idealistic and sword play and bawdy humour for the “penny punters”. The play explores many themes including: religion, honour, fate and

How does Shakespeare build up the contrast between love and hate in Act 1 scene 5

The play ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is about the relationship between two young people who are from feuding families. The two lovers are basically doomed from the start, as we can see from the title of the prologue – ‘The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.’ Tragedy tells us that it the story will end in disaster, which it does. The prologue gives us an outline of the story telling us a

How does Act 3 scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet create a range of different audience reactions

The play “Romeo and Juliet” creates a range of different audience reactions through the use of language, tone and staging. Act 3 scene 5 of the play is one of the most important and dramatic scenes, it marks the beginning of the events that lead up to the end of the play, we know that the end is coming because in the prologue it tells us that their destiny is

Show how Romeo’s behavior and attitude reveal different aspects of love

A tragic love story of two star cross lovers which reveal many aspects of love. The impetuous Romeo certainly demonstrates different responses as love develops.In the opening scenes, Romeo’s mother, Lady Montague, asks Benvolio, Romeo’s friend if he knows his where abouts. Dramatically the audience learns of Romeo’s ‘troubled mind’. From this you can see Romeo is love sick and depressed. (I i 11) ‘Shuts up his windows, locks fair

Romeo and Juliet

Hello Mr Cruise, as you may know we are producing a new version of “Romeo and Juliet” and you are selected to play Tybalt’s part in the play. In the play you are Juliet’s cousin and you are a Capulet. You hate Montagues, “What! Drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the word, As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee.” This quote that you will have to say shows

How is Act 3, Scene 1 of “Romeo and Juliet”

Act 3, Scene 1 is an important scene in the play “Romeo and Juliet” as it causes a change in the direction of the play. It is called the turning point as everything in the play starts to go wrong, and not how Romeo and Juliet had planned. Everything before this point has gone to plan but one simple mistake changes everything. In Act 1 the capulets have a party

Shakespeare’s Romeo ; Juliet

The play is written about people and how much to interest is in not just the portrayal of the joy and sorrow of first love and sexual attraction, but also issues of rising against parents and believing oneself to be misunderstood. Play is full of dramatic irony as the prologue tells the audience what will happen throughout the play. It also explains about the family that has been going on

Examine the presentation of the main characters in Act 3

There are many factors that make a scene dramatically effective, such, fighting, convincing plot and romance and sex. Dramatic effect has a big effect on an the readers. It helps to show how the drama makes you feel and how effective it is. Events in act 3 scene 1 are dramatically effective because they keep the audience in suspense and because there is a lot of dramatic tension, the audience

The prologue sets the audiences expectations of violence

The prologue sets the audiences expectations of violence very highly; a strong quotation to illustrate this, ‘from ancient grudge to ancient mutiny’ meaning an old rage will become new rage again. The word ‘mutiny’ means riot, so violence has got to be involved just from that, right? The section ‘doth with their death bury their parents strife, the fearful passage of their death- marked love, and the continuance of their

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