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Romeo and Juliet In Act 3 Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet how does Shakespeare make it such an interesting, exciting and important scene? In Act 2 Romeo and Juliet were married by Friar Lawrence. This leads into Act 3 Scene 1 because this is why Romeo does not want to fight Tybalt. Tybalt fights Mercutro instead. Romeo comes between them and Mercutro is stabbed. As Mercutro dies he says "I put a plague a' both your houses" and we find out that the curses comes true by the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. ...read more.


Act 3 Scene 1 is interesting, exciting and important because Shakespeare uses hot weather to show that the characters are tense. We know that Romeo and Juliet are married, but Tybalt and Mercutro don't and its ironic that Tybalt does not know that he is ask for a with fight his cousin-in-law. Prince Escalus has banned fighting in the streets of Verona because the ancient grudge has coursed too much trouble in town and too many people were getting injury in the conflicts. Also none wanted to fight because they were threatened with death. ...read more.


Act 3 Scene 1 is very upsetting and d because Mercutro is murdered. The turning point in Romeo and Juliet is Act 3 Scene 1 because that's the fight scene and where Mercutro dies. Act 3 Scene 1 causes the tragedy because all the events that followed would not have happened if the fights between Tybalt, Mercutro and Romeo had not occurred in Act 3 Scene. I think Act 3 Scene 1 is very important to the play because it makes it all fit together by the fighting and Romeo being banishes from Verona. I like Act 3 Scene 1 because there more action then the rest of the play and the comedy when Mercutro dies. 'For never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.' ...read more.

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