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Romeo and Juliet prologue (theme of rivalry)

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Introduction

Romeo and Juliet ? prologue (theme of rivalry) Whole prologue links to rivalry but Shakespeare mention 3 other themes which are death love and Pease. The prologue foreshadows whole story and that makes some audience sad because in the prologue it looks like there is only death and even when love accurse between two young lovers its still will be taken away because both of them at the end will die. ...read more.

Middle

Later in the prologue in the 6th line Shakespeare writes ??two star crossed lovers take their life?? by writing that hi explains us that there will two lovers and their love is marked by death this bit links back to rivalry because it tells us that even death can?t stop the feud between those two families, this then makes audience sad and confuse because their start to guess how strong is this feud. ...read more.

Conclusion

This bit of the prologue makes audience sad and makes them guess how sad is this story and how it have changed life of the two families. Whole prologue foreshadows that there will be allot of deaths which then makes audience sad all thou it also tells that there will be love to which then makes audience a bit happier. This is grade C2 for year 10 student you can use it like an example you should try to make it better e.g. explain everything more detailed and after every point explain it... Thank you for using my essay... ...read more.

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