What is inappropriate subject matter for romeo and juliet prologue?

What is "inappropriate" depends entirely on who you are and what your ideas of propriety are. If you are a complete moron, you might think that the line "in fair Verona where we lay our scene" is inappropriate because it uses the word "lay".


Yes, the prologue does refer twice to the fact that Romeo and Juliet die in the play. If you think that it is inappropriate to acknowledge that people die, then I think you are in serious denial about the truth about what it means to be human.
What is "inappropriate" depends entirely on who you are and what your ideas of propriety are. If you are a complete moron, you might think that the line "in fair Verona where we lay our scene" is inappropriate because it uses the word "lay".


Yes, the prologue does refer twice to the fact that Romeo and Juliet die in the play. If you think that it is inappropriate to acknowledge that people die, then I think you are in serious denial about the truth about what it means to be human.