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Answered 2011-11-10 10:49:16

ummm Romeo and Juliet? idiot..

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Romeo and juliet

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Romeo or Juliet. They are both main characters.


The protagonist is the main character. Romeo is the main character because the story is about him and he is heavily featured in the play. Juliet is just as important; you might think of her as a co-protagonist.


"Protagonist" means "main character". If Romeo and Juliet aren't the main characters of the play, I'd like to know who you think are the main characters.


he was a blackniggaman, that's why there was problems with him banging Juliet But seriously: Romeo was a white European, as were Juliet and all the main characters in Romeo and Juliet. (Offhand I can't think of a non-white character in Romeo and Juliet) The problem was that Juliet and Romeo belonged respectively to the two main noble families in Verona, which were deadly enemies.


Depends what you consider to be a main character. Basically there are two: Romeo and Juliet. Those are the starring roles. Everyone else is support. You could make an argument that "main character" means "essential character" in which case you would have to add another four at least: Friar Lawrence, Tybalt, Mercutio and Capulet.


Romeo is a main character in Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet". He is of the Montague house. He is Juliet's love interest and later husband.



The six main characters in the Romeo and Juliet play is Romeo, Juliet, Mecrutio, Benvolio, Tybalt, and Capulet.


Tybalt is the main antagonist in the famous play, "Romeo and Juliet." In the play, Tybalt kills Romeo's close friend Mercurtio. Tybalt is later killed by Romeo in retaliation.


Romeo and JUliet are the protagonists (a.k.a. main characters)


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duhhh... Romeo and juliet! only obvious!!!


The main role of the nanny in Romeo and Juliet is to provide comic relief. In Shakespeare's tragedy, he always includes one comic relief character to lighten the mood.


Well firstly, the play would be rubbish, secondly it would be called 'Romeo', and I guess, thirdly Romeo would survive and still 'love' Rosaline but his parents and the Capulets would never stop fighting. The two lovers being together is essential to the plot of the play.


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The Capulets and Montagues. Juliet is a Capulet and Romeo is a Montague


All of the main characters in Romeo and Juliet are introduced and developed in the first act.


Love, hate and fate are the three main themes in Romeo and Juliet.


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The definition of a tragic ending is the death of the main character or characters. Romeo and Juliet had a tragic ending.


Juliet, Romeo, Tybalt, Nurse, Benvolio Or . . . Juliet, Romeo, Friar Lawrence, Nurse, Capulet Or . . . Juliet, Romeo, Friar Lawrence, Capulet, Tybalt Or . . . Juliet, Romeo, Capulet, Mercutio, Tybalt Or basically Romeo and Juliet and any three of Nurse, Friar, Capulet, Mercutio, or Tybalt.


The main characters in Romeo and Juliet are Romeo and Juliet. Other important characters include the Nurse, Benvolio, Mercutio, Tybalt, Friar Lawrence, and Old Capulet and his wife Lady Capulet.


A subordinate character is any character who is not one of the main characters. So, for instance, in Romeo and Juliet... Romeo and Juliet are the main characters, but there are a lot of subordinate characters who influence them. The same thing goes in movies or TV shows. For instance, CSI... the CSI team are all main characters, and the subordinate characters are the people they interview, the cops they work with... all the "less important" people that they interact with on the show.




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