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In the play Romeo and Juliet the conflict is the establishment of the play as there is conflict between the two families the whole way through and there is fighting because of it.

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Ibrahim Allie Prose Shakespeare coursework conflict In the play Romeo and Juliet the conflict is the establishment of the play as there is conflict between the two families the whole way through and there is fighting because of it. There is verbal and physical conflict. Shakespeare in puts this conflict because the conflict in drama keeps the audience captivated and makes the audience want to know what is going to happen next. The audience's perception of the emotional and physical conflict relies on the language of the characters, character actions and the contrasting scenes reflecting the contrasting conflicts. Moral, emotional, religious, social and private force; the conflict is expressed and explored through the play. ...read more.

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He makes the characters have aspects to the conflict giving a variety of outlooks and expressions. The theme of the conflict is rivalry giving a sense of evil. Shakespeare makes the Characters have different personalities that are featured in the story, which creates a contrasting atmosphere and some conflict within the story which Love being the key conflict of this story, creates tension and builds up the story in a variety of ways throughout the story. Shakespeare uses Sampson to set off the conflict which gives an atmosphere of hate and evilness. The conflict gives a tone of madness but a coward effect because Sampson is Afraid of fighting. ...read more.

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Shakespeare gives a vivid picture ,but not through metaphors . he gives a atmosphere of disrepute , hatred , torment , and loathe. :" Oh pain torture ,from those bloody hands" the line represents the pain and agony of this hate which is produced from the conflict between both sides and how it feels as if there is no ending. In conclusion the play has drama which is produced in conflict which is the key element to the play as if there wasn't any conflict there would be no drama or tragedy and it wouldn't engage the audience which is the main target. ...read more.

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