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Romeo and Juliet - How does Shakespeare present these characters and what other factors might the audience consider when evaluating the cause of the lovers' deaths?

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the play has been equally heavily used by other arts inspiring paintings, musical scores, operas and ballets. ...read more.

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In my opinion I believe that we should really be considering not 'who' is to blame but should instead consider 'what' is to blame. ...read more.

Conclusion

If teenagers know that they are not allowed something they want it even more. Maybe if the ancient feud did not stand in the way the pairs relationship would not have been as strong as it was. . ...read more.

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