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Two wealthy families of Verona, the Capulets and the Montagues, have been enemies for years. Their hatred caused fierce arguments and fights.

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Two wealthy families of Verona, the Capulets and the Montagues, have been enemies for years. Their hatred caused fierce arguments and fights. The son of the Montagues, young Romeo, was in love with a young girl called Rosaline, he knew she had been invited to a costume party at the Capulets, so he and his friends went disguised by their costumes. But whiles he's there he sees the lovely Capulet daughter Juliet, and they fall in love. Tybalt, the cousin of Juliet overhears Romeo talking and recognises his voice, he asks Lord Capulet to fetch his sword, Lord Capulet refuses and tells Tybalt that there is to be no fights that night. ...read more.

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Romeo's best friend Mercutio fights Tybalt, but Tybalt has the upper hand and kills Mercutio.. Romeo upset and angry at the death of his best friend slays Tybalt. The Prince of Verona arrives on the scene and orders Romeo to be killed, but after he hears what really happened he changes this and banishes Romeo from the land instead. When Juliet hears the news that Romeo has killed Tybalt she becomes very upset and confused, but then later that night Romeo arrives on her balcony and explains. The two lovers share one night of bliss together in Juliet's bedchamber before Romeo flees to his exile. Lord Capulet, knowing nothing of their marriage, decides that Juliet shall marry Count Paris. ...read more.

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Her heartbroken parents place her in the ancient family tomb. But before Friar Laurence's letter can reach Romeo, a faster messenger brings the youth word of Juliet's death. Romeo hurries back to Juliet's tomb, on the way, he stops and buys a poison. When he arrives at the tomb, he declares his love to the pale, still Juliet, drinks a vial of poison, and dies. Juliet wakes up to find her husband dead next to her. Seizing Romeo's dagger, she plunges it into her heart and falls across his body. The news of the tragedy spreads throughout the town. The Capulets and Montagues gather. They hear what had happened to their children, and decide to end the fight Romeo & Juliet By Nick Chase ...read more.

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