Conflict reveals the message of the play by the ongoing battle between the two families. From the start of the play this theme is reinforced by the prologue and even the first scene where Gregory, Sampson and Benvolio get in a heated battle with Tybalt and Abrams. These conflicts show the message of fate and […]
It was our second week down here; at the bottom of the ocean. Our world was destroyed by humans ignorance and continual denial that we needed to act for the better. You may ask why we haven’t moved to another planet but that is beyond me. Maybe we have accepted that there is no point […]
In Elizabethan England the idea of fate was immensely different on how we view it currently. Back in the time where Romeo and Juliet was set, fate was viewed as an act of god or a higher being who was choosing the right path for you in the form of something happening almost like it […]
Intro: Fate was seen as an act of God in Elizabethan England. Fate is portrayed through coincidences in Romeo and Juliet. When a coincidence happened back then it was considered as an act of God Plot: How the letter didn’t reach Romeo”Unhappy fortune! By my brotherhood, The letter was not nice but full of charge, […]
Location: Churchyard in Verona Time: Thursday Night Characters: Paris, Page, Romeo, Balthasar, Friar Lawrence, Juliet, Captain of the Watch, Second Watchman, Third Watchman, Prince, Lady Capulet, Capulet, Montague Events: Romeo goes to visit the Capulet tomb and meets Paris there. Paris thinks Romeo is there to defile their tomb so he fights him and Romeo […]
Location: Mantua Time: Wednesday Morning Characters: Romeo, Balthasar, Apothecary Events: Romeo doesn’t get the plan from Friar Lawrence as the letter has been lost so he is told Juliet is dead. He wants to find a place where he can get a potion to kill himself. Quote: “Such mortal drugs I have, but Mantua’s law […]
Location: A street in Verona Time: Monday Midday Characters: Mercutio, Benvolio, Romeo, Nurse, Peter Events: Romeo and Mercutio have banter which shows they are good friends, then the nurse arrives to see if Romeo has arranged for the marriage. Quote: Now God in heaven bless thee! Hark you, sir.