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Letter from Romeo to his father, Montague

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Year 9 English Coursework Letter from Romeo to his father, Montague Dear father, I had to tell you about everything. I had to say goodbye in some way. I couldn't just leave this world without saying goodbye. It all started a few days ago when I went to the Capulet's ball with Mercutio and Benvolio. I admit that I went to the ball thinking that Rosaline was going to attend the ball. At first when I got there I thought it was going to be boring and everyone was just going to get drunk. ...read more.

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Then we kissed, I felt so warm. I know you must be thinking that I'm mad. Anyway I couldn't help myself, so I had to meet up with Juliet again. It was like we had this magnetic force that couldn't keep us apart. When we saw each other again we decided crazily that we should get married the next day. I went to see Friar Lawrence at first he thought I was mad. But later he thought that it might be a good idea to unite the two families. ...read more.

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As you know I was banished from Verona, because of the murder of Juliet's dear cousin Tybalt. The night before I was going to leave for Mantua Juliet and me spent a passionate night together. I just don't understand why she took her life. When I heard the news from my dear friend Balthsar at first I could not believe it. I just had to go to the tomb where she lay to see for myself. If when I walk in and she is dead, I will drink my poison because I cannot live without her. Please! O father! Forgive me for all that I have done! Love, Romeo ...read more.

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