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Act 3 scene 5 plays a significant role in the play Romeo and Juliet. Just before his scene there were the violent deaths of Mercutio and Tybolt. This was key explanation why Romeo then got banished

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Act 3 scene 5 plays a significant role in the play Romeo and Juliet. Just before his scene there were the violent deaths of Mercutio and Tybolt. This was key explanation why Romeo then got banished and went to see Friar Lawrence to seek advice after this Romeo spends the night with Juliet. Shakespeare creates the opening of act3 scene 5 with a warm, loving, and tender scene where Romeo and Juliet have a romantic talk but after Juliet refuses to marry Paris the scene changes to a violent scene with Capulet very angry and tells her to leave the house if she doesn't marry Paris. In the end of the scene Juliet is left alone on the stage with even the nurse not on her side, Shakespeare does this to show that Juliet is feeling, abandoned. Overall effect Shakespeare creates on the audience is to make them feel sympathetic towards Juliet. Shakespeare also creates dramatic tension by due to the quantity of exits and entrances in the scene in addition this makes the scene fast paced. ...read more.

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Out, you green-sickness carrion! Out, you baggage! You tallow-face!' .Shakespeare uses dramatic irony because the audience know that Juliet is married to Romeo and Capulet does not know, this makes the audience feel sympathetic towards Juliet. 'Let me be ta en, let me be put to death.' In this part of the conversation the atmosphere is romantic, they are joking but there still is a danger of death. 'Villain and he be many miles a sunder God pardon him! I do with all my heart and yet no men like he death grieve my heart.' Lady Capulet thinks she says that the villain is very far and is killing Juliet's heart, But Juliet really intends to say Romeo is not a villain and she forgives him with all her heart. 'Ay, madam from the reach of these my hands: Would none but I might venge my cousins death!' Lady Capulet hears Juliet saying she wants to avenge tybolts death, Juliet actually implies to say that she wants to meet Romeo The miss communication between Juliet and Lady Capulet ads dramatic impact to the play because this conveys the idea that they don't really know what's happening in ...read more.

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She replies that Juliet should marry Paris. Juliet is astounded and pretends to agree to this advice, while deciding that the only person who can help her is Friar Lawrence. Now she feels most alone in the world. In this scene Juliet shows herself to be a character willing to die rather than submit to her parents concerning the marriage to Count Paris. The scene is a very simple sequences the one common element being Juliet, who is present throughout after the episode where she bids farewell to Romeo. Juliet learns from her mother of the intended marriage to Paris. When Juliet defies her mother, Capulet argues with her. He even shouts at the Nurse, when she tries to defend Juliet. Finally, Juliet asks the Nurse for help. When the Nurse lets her down, Juliet is left alone on stage to explain to the audience what she is going to do. The scene plays an important role in the play because this scene has a lot of dramatic tension. The scene is a pivotal, fast paced with exits and entrances. The theme of this scene is passion and the dangers of irrational intense emotions and actions. The scene opens up with Romeo and Juliet ?? ?? ?? ?? Faisal Younis ...read more.

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