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Romeo's Character

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Introduction

Romeo's Character Romeo is introduced in Act 1 scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet as a withdrawn, quiet person. When Romeo's father and Benvolio make quite a big deal out of his change in "humour" show's that this behaviour is a radical change. ...read more.

Middle

This suggests that, before he became stuck on Rosaline, Romeo was a popular, lively member of the upper class of Verona. Romeo is very hot headed and he doesn't think things through before acting on them this is the main reason that this story ends in tragedy. ...read more.

Conclusion

Also in act 5 scene 1 when he decide he will go buy poison and kill himself in Juliet's tomb if there had been a little delay he would have known the truth about Juliet. On the other hand it is the same quality that lets him fall in love with Juliet so deeply and so fast. ...read more.

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