The Final Course Paper
Introduction to British and American Literature
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Abstract: Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (1595/96) depicts the forbidden love of two young individuals Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. Though many focus on the hardships they endure, a relationship briefly touched on is that of Romeo and his best friend Mercutio. He is a very unique character to the play, constantly speaking against Romeo’s actions of love and flamboyantly expressing his own opinions on the matter, bringing some scholars to suspect an underlying theme of homoeroticism.
Keywords: ?star-crossed lovers?, Romeo and Juliet, Duality (light and dark, suicide scene.
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1 Introduction4
2 Characters 4
2.1 Decision place of Verona4
2.2 Place of Capulet4
2.3 Place of Montague5
2.4 Others5
2.5 Date and content 5
3.2 Fate and Chance 8
3.3 Duality (Light and dark)9
3.4 Time10
4 Music11
4.1 Writing and Craftsmanship12
5 Conclusion13
Summary: A well-established feud between two incredible families ejects into carnage. A gathering of covered Montagues hazard further clash by gatecrashing a Capulet party. A youthful lovesick Romeo Montague falls in a split second enamored with Juliet Capulet, who is expected to wed her dad’s decision, the County Paris. With the assistance of Juliet’s medical attendant, the ladies orchestrate the couple to wed the following day, yet Romeo’s endeavor to stop a road battle prompts the demise of Juliet’s own cousin, Tybalt, for which Romeo is ousted. In an edgy endeavor to be brought together with Romeo, Juliet pursues the Friar’s plot and fakes her very own demise.

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