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Who is the important character in Romeo and Juliet?


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2011-08-31 06:58:48
2011-08-31 06:58:48

Romeo and Juliet! They are both the most important characters.


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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.

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he is important because he banishes romeo this is then in the end a "mistake" from himif romeo wouldn't have been banished he would have known that Juliet was asleep and not dead, he wouldn't have killed himself, and then Juliet wouldn't have killed herself.

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