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The setting of Romeo and Juliet is in Verona, a city in Italy.


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The setting of the story of Romeo and Juliet is Verona, Italy, but when Romeo is banished he goes to Mantua


The name of the Italian city, that is the setting of Romeo and Juliet is called Verona.


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Are you sure you are not thinking of Romeo and Julius? Just a joke. Julius Caesar is set in ancient Rome and Romeo and Juliet is set in Verona.


Romeo and Juliet is not a book, at least not the famous version of it. It is a play. It is set in Verona, a city in Italy, at some unspecified time.


No, it was not Russian. The play was originally written in English, but the setting is Italy, so Romeo and Juliet would presumably have been speaking Italian.




Romeo and Juliet (1935), Romeo & Juliet (1968) and Romeo+Juliet (1996).


The setting to Romeo and Juliet is important because it tells you where they are and its easier to follow along to what they do and where they do it. Or, on the other hand, the setting is not important at all, as the Romeo+Juliet movie demonstrates. You can set this play anywhere you like and it will still make sense. Please note that Shakespeare gives the physical setting (the city of Verona), but not the temporal one. Nothing in the play indicates what century it is supposed to take place in.


There are four scene fives in Romeo and Juliet (one in each of acts 1, 2, 3, and 4). Which scene 5 are you talking about?


No. The events in the play Romeo and Juliet did not happen at all. They are fiction. Nor is the play set in the middle ages. There is no temporal setting to the play.


Romeo and Juliet act 2 when is the wedding of romeo and Juliet to be held?


After Romeo and Juliet married Romeo owned Juliet and everything she owed as well.


Prologues do not have settings. They are apart from the action of the play.


The principal setting for Romeo and Juliet is in Verona, Italy. All of the scenes take place in Verona except for Act V, Scene 1, which takes place in the city of Mantua. The time is July in an unspecified year.



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