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Act 3 scene 5 is dramatic and one in which we learn a lot about the Capulet family and their views of marriage. Do you agree? Act 3 scene 5 is a dramatic scene as we see a change of personalities in the Capulet household. We also learn on about the traditional views on marriage in the 16th century. In the beginning of act 3 scenes 5 there's already a sense of tension as we see Romeo disregarding his banishment and remaining in Verona. This is theatrical, as Romeo has been warned never to step foot in Verona, let alone the Capulet residents. When the nurse enters to inform Juliet of her mother's arrival, the tension is created through the quick speeches. ...read more.

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She is then bombarded with insults, from her once loving father and faces rejection from her mother. This is dramatic as the audience are drawn in for further interaction between the characters. Dramatic irony is when the audience are aware of an incident, but the characters on stage aren't. An example of dramatic irony was when Juliet saw the vision of Romeo's death, not knowing it would come true. 'O god, I have an ill-divining soul! Methinks I see the, now....as one dead in the bottom of a tomb.....either my eyesight fails, or thou look'st pale.' This is interesting and elongates the audience's interests as they crave for the tragic ending. ...read more.

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Families in the Elizabethan times viewed marriage as an arrangement to enrich the family's position. Lord Capulet demands Juliet to marry Paris whether she agrees or not. Lord Capulet has the right as he is the patriarchy of the household. He demands of the marriage to uplift the family's grief of Tybalt's death. We learn from Juliet that adultery is wrong and should never take place. Shakespeare's original audience would have felt sympathetic for Capulet as he could not control his own daughter. This at that was is shameful. However, the modern audience today would feel sympathy for Juliet, as there is equality and Juliet is obliged to marriage who she wants. I feel the play was dramatic as it had a lot of high peak tension and pivotal scenes that engaged the audience throughout the play. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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