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Romeo and Juliet act 2 sc 1
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Describe the Dramatic Effectiveness Significance to the Play of Act 3 Scene 1
Romeo and Juliet is one of, if not the greatest love story ever told. It was written during the Tudor period by a writer called William Shakespeare. The play is about a great feud between two major families in Verona and how they act towards each other when their children fall in love with the opposite families child. The families are the Montague's and the Capulets. The Montague's have a son called Romeo who is betrothed with someone called Rosaline. The capulets have a daughter called Juliet who is supposed to be marrying Count Paris.
The lead up to act 3 is that Romeo has snuck into a Capulet party uninvited and sees Juliet, the Capulets daughter and instantly falls in love. They share a sonnet together and he leaves. After he has left he is recognised by Tybalt, Juliet's aggressive cousin and vows to kill him for deceiving his family. Lord Capulet talks him out of it and the situation is left at that. After this, Romeo and Juliet secretly get married by Friar Tuck as they both fell deeply in love with
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