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Romeo and Juliet is a play, not a book. Romeo is banished to Mantua in the play.

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Romeo was banished from Verona and sent to live in Mantua.


A downfall in Romeo and Juliet is when Romeo kills Tybalt which then sparks the event of Romeo being banished.


romeo marrys Juliet, he kills Tybalt and then gets banished, then he kills himself because he thinks Juliet is dead.


The cords or ropes that were supposed to be used for Romeo to climb into Juliet's room. Juliet then hears form the Nurse that Romeo has been banished. Juliet then wants to hang herself with the cords.


Romeo will be banished from Verona.


It is their place of birth and residence. It is important because Romeo was banished from Verona, and he had to be banished from somewhere.


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



Bigamy is being married to two people at once. Juliet's nurse betrays her by suggesting that she marry Paris after Romeo is banished.


He was Banished from Verona. Juliet decides to fake her death so she can be with Romeo after she finds out that he is banished.


She died of grief after Romeo was banished.


Well, She loved romeo so i would say Romeo being banished.


In the beginning when Juliet and Romeo first meet, she is supportive and dutiful to Juliet and her love for Romeo. Then after Romeo slays Tybalt, he is banished from Verona by the Prince. Afterwards, Juliet's father arranges her in a marriage with Paris, once the nurse hears that, she turns on Romeo, and desires for Juliet to marry Paris (which was the Prince's kinsman) instead of the banished Romeo.


I'd think a good cliffhanger would be when Romeo is banished from Verona and when he leaves and Juliet is watching him go.


No, Romeo and Juliet is not the first book written by Shakespeare. And Romeo and Juliet is not a book, it is a play, by the way.


They thought Romeo was dead and Juliet killed herself


Romeo kills Tybalt and is banished from Verona is the rising action in Romeo and Juliet act 3.


for Juliet to drank the poison and then fall into a come. 42 hours later she will wake up and romeo and Juliet can move away. because romeo was banished from the town.


the nurse tells juliet that romeo killed tybalt and therefore he's banished.


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When Romeo is banished, he goes to his lady's house(Juliet) and spends the night. Then, when Romeo leaves, most believe he left by a horse lent by his father.


The turning point in the play "Romeo and Juliet" is when Romeo kills Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, and is banished from Verona. This sets in motion a plan to reunite Romeo and Juliet, which eventually ends in their deaths.


Romeo is actually banished to Mantua for killing Tybalt, he didn't want to travel there.


Juliet lived in Verona aswell as romeo before he got banished to mantua.



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