The Dramatization of Act 3 Scene 1 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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The Dramatization of Act 3 Scene 1 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet is a very famous play about two lovers in two different families who are rivals. Romeo and Juliet has love, passion, fighting, sadness, madness, lust and jealousy packed into one. It was written by William Shakespeare around 1595 over 400 years ago. Romeo and Juliet is a great play for all ages and genders this is one of the things that makes it so special. This is why it is still performed around the world today.

Before Fight

This is how William Shakespeare makes the story dramatic before the fight. In the play Shakespeare uses dramatic and emotive language for example "for now those hot days,
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Either withdraw unto some private place, or reason coldly of your grievevances, or else depart, here all eyes gaze on us." But Mercutio ignores him and carries on. The scene began in a light hearted tone but soon turns serious

During fight

During the fight Shakespeare makes it dramatises by making Romeo happy and joyful as he meets his best friend Mercutio but his joy soon turns to anger when Tybalt appears and a fight is started. Romeo tries to interfere with the fight and stop it, as he must feel guilty if anything should happen to Tybalt because he has just married Juliet. Romeo is at first placid but as the scene goes on he becomes increasingly agitated and angry until finally he totally loses control and stabs Tybalt to death. At this point Romeo rejects all logic and becomes a revenge hero "away to heaven respective lenity and fire eyed fury be my conduct now. This is dramatic language, which contrasts with Romeo's earlier mild replies to Tybalt's taunting. When Mercutio is fatally stabbed, he still manages to retain his sense of humour. His jokes in the face of death are dramatically effective. "no,' tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door. But tis enough. 'twill serve. Ask me tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man. This is a example of black humour and this
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