10 most important events in Romeo and Juliet?
write a monlogue about juliet
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one is about Jaime failing to collectedly form a circumcision
Well i think that clearly the death of Tybalt causes the most problems for Romeo and Juliet.
The most important insight would be that despite the risks and possible consequences, one will go far for true love.
Juliet's mother gets her to go to the party to meet Paris. Romeo decides to crash the party. Romeo and Juliet meet at the party.
OK so both families hate each other except for romeo and Juliet who love each other. Tybalt is Juliet's cousin kills romeos friend Mercutio so then romeo kills Tybalt. romeo a…nd Juliet get married. Juliet takes a sleepy potion that makes her sleep for 42 hours but romeo thinks she died so he kills himself and Juliet wakes up and sees him laying dead with a empty bottle of poision and she takes his dagger and stabs her self in the chest and dies
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Almost all of the scenes of Romeo and Juliet are important to the dramatic experience in some way, but the story could be told in much abbreviated form using the following sce…nes: Act 1 Scene V The party scene. Romeo meets Juliet. Act 2 Scene II The balcony scene. They declare their love for each other. Act 2 Scene VI The wedding scene. They are married. Act 3 Scene I Romeo kills Tybalt and is banished. Act 4 Scene I Juliet goes to Friar Lawrence with her problem. Act 5 Scene III They die and the play ends.
If you want events the made their love illegal between Romeo and Juliet, then you can blame that on the family feud which no one can remember why it started (this if from the …prologue). The events that showed their forbidden love for each other could be depicted in the balcony scene where Romeo woos Juliet yet must remain outside and out of sight from anyone except Juliet for fear of being killed by guards.
Five important things to Romeo and Juliet were poison, masks, rings, the knife Juliet used to kill herself, the weapon Mercutio got killed with or the one Romeo killed Tybalt …with.
Romeo and Juliet is not based on historical events. It is based on a fictional poem which was based on a fictional novel.
I would think that Paris wanting to marry Juliet is the biggest problem, aside from Romeo killing Tybalt and getting exiled. If Paris didn't want to marry Juliet, they wouldn'…t have killed themselves and they would probably still end up alive and together.
Romeo. The other one is Juliet, as if you didn't know.
The tragic event in Romeo and Juliet is their separation, which leads to both of them committing suicide.
Juliet is given the potion by Friar Lawrence, takes it, and is found dead on the morning of the day she was to marry Paris.
1. They were terribly in love with each other. 2. Their families didn't get along. 3. They both committed suicide because each thought the other was dead.