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Benvolio and Mercutio are the two comical characters in Romeo and Juliet

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The Nurse and Peter are broadly comical characters. Mercutio is funny also but he is more witty.


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Romeo and Juliet never were alive. They are fictional characters in a play.


Romeo and Juliet and any three others of the twenty-three or so other characters in the play.


Romeo and Juliet are just characters in a play and did not exist in our world. In the play they die in Act 5.



"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.


Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers in Shakespeare's play of the same name. Their families were sworn enemies but, despite this, they marry - the play is a tragedy (both Romeo and Juliet die, along with a number of other characters).


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Romeo Montague is one of the main characters in the play written by William Shakespeare. Romeo falls in love with Juliet Capulet, whose family has an ongoing feud with the Montagues.



The date of the events of the play Romeo and Juliet is not given in the play.


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Romeo and juliet are two main characters of the play "romeo and juliet" written by shakespeare.they both were great lovers who were made for each other and the examples of their love is today also cited by the people.


Romeo and Juliet are not real people. They are characters in a play. They were not really born at any time. They only really exist when someone puts on the play. And in the play they speak English.


In Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is indeed about two weeks away from her fourteenth birthday. She is thirteen. But this is not a "true fact" in the same way it would be if Romeo and Juliet were real people rather than characters in a play.


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Both Romeo and Juliet, of course, do a lot of maturing as the play goes on. Capulet, also, changes between being belligerent and jovial and finally changes to contrition.


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Yes, Romeo was a Montague and Juliet was a Capulet.


There is all the family wars and the stabbing and arguing between the two families not to mention Juliet and Romeo stabbing themselves. All the most important characters (Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, Tybalt) died by the blade.



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