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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare: Workbook
She is presented as a young and innocent adolescent, not yet 14 years old. Her youthfulness is stressed throughout the play to illustrate her progression from adolescence to maturity and to emphasize her position as a tragic heroine. Juliet's love for Romeo gives her the strength and courage to defy her parents and face death twice. Romeo Montague's son, who is loved and respected in Verona. He is initially presented as a comic lover, with his inflated declarations of love for Rosaline. After meeting Juliet, he abandons his tendency to be a traditional, fashionable lover, and his language becomes intense, reflecting his genuine passion for Juliet.
Scene 1 takes place in the Friar's cell. Friar Laurence and Paris enter the scene discussing Paris's upcoming wedding. Friar Laurence tries to convince Paris to take longer than the two days. Juliet enters the scene and cleverly pushes aside Paris's attempts to speak of the wedding. Paris leaves the scene.
The Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare quiz. Progress: 1 of 18 questions. Who is Romeo in love with at the very beginning of the play? Progress: 2 of 18 questions. Who is vocally unhappy about the Montague's presence at the Capulet's party? Progress: 3 of 18 questions.
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