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

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My favorite part is when Juliet is standing on her balcony and Romeo is in the bushes below. Juliet (not knowing romeo can hear her) is talking about how she wishes he were there and that they could be together.


What I like about Romeo and Juliet is the part where they bite their thumbs. That's what you get for asking me.


When Romeo sacrifice his life when he know that Juliet is dead.


Claire Danes played the part of Juliet.


Romeo is part of the Montague family.


The tragedy part of Romeo and Juliet is that they both died at the end by committing suicide because Juliet took a potion to make her seem dead but no one told Romeo. He thought that Juliet was dead so he killed himself and moments later Juliet wakes from her slumber, sees Romeo dead, and kills herself as well with his dagger.


Juliet is willing to give up being a part of her family for Romeo. She says that if Romeo continues to be a Montague, she will stop being a Capulet.


Romeo and Juliet is an example of tragedy. The whole play is an example of tragedy. That's the kind of play it is, not a part of it.



The main person that represents Courtly love in Romeo and Juliet is Romeo in the first part of the play when he thinks he is in love with Rosaline.Hope this helps you out! :)


Romeo and Juliet - 1911 was released on: USA: 1 September 1911 (part 1) USA: 8 September 1911 (part 2)


In the 1968 movie "Romeo and Juliet", the part of Mercutio was played by John McEnery, who was fairly tall and thin.


oooooh i love this... Juliet symbolizes light shining in darkness. she is compared to this throughout the book. the cool part is romeo is continually referred to as night. so basically "juliet is the sun" and romeo is the night... and guess what. the night and the sun never get to see eachother!!!!!


the nurse goes to Romeo and asks him f he loves Juliet and if he does to go meet Juliet at the church so they can get marred


Because if it is morning then Romeo has to leave and they do not want to part


The part of the play that never happens. Friar Lawrence sends a letter to Romeo but Juliet does not.


Yeah it is. The part comes in the 1996 version in the scene where Romeo and Juliet get married.


Friar LawrenceRomeo and Juliet does not work out so well using the protagonist/antagonist model. Part of the problem is that Romeo and Juliet as a couple are the real protagonists. The antagonists would be those people who are attacking their existence as a couple: Tybalt and Capulet.


Romeo compares Juliet to the sun, and more than once. "She doth teach the torches to burn bright" and "It is the east and Juliet is the sun" are examples. It's part of the pervasive light imagery in the play.


O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? spoken by Juliet as part of these lines:-O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?Deny thy father and refuse thy name;Or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my loveAnd I'll no longer be a Capulet.


Romeo thinks he's in love with Rosaline and is playing the part of the heartbroken lover. Juliet hasn't given much thought to what it will be like to be a grown woman.


He falls in love with Juliet] after the feast he jumps the wall that surrounds the casel that Juliet lives in so he can go see her, Then the balcony seen starts. What most people don't know is that the part "werefor art thou romeo" DOES NOT MEAN "were are you romeo?" it means "why do you have to be a Montague?"


There have been thousands upon thousands of productions of Romeo and Juliet since the 1660's when the part of Juliet started to be played by a girl. Which one of those thousands of actresses would you like to hear about?


Friar Lawrence. It's part of the long-term plan he unfolds to Romeo after Romeo is banished.


It is if it is said by anyone except an actor performing the part of Juliet in Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.



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