Poor Communication In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Explore the ways in which poor communication in act 3 scene 5 contributes to the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Two of the most wealthiest and superior families in Verona, Montague's and Capulet's, are engaged in a deadly feud. No one can remember how it started, but it involves everyone from servants to distant relatives. Romeo and Juliet merge at Juliet's party not knowing each others identity. They fall in love rapidly, however can't communicate well as their families don't know and are meant to be sworn enemies. I will be discussing how poor communication leads to the tragedy and how communication varies with different people. The chosen scene, which fits best in describing poor communication, is scene 3 acts 5. This scene is important because it helps us understand the lack of communication. The audience sees this play as a play filled with verbal irony, dramatic irony, however it is most... Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 5 Act 3 Scene 5 is a crucial factor in the entire play as it symbolizes the change which takes place in so many relationships. It is the last time Romeo and Julie see each other alive. This is the scene in which the death of…show more content…
How responsible do I think they have for her tragic death? Who else do I hold responsible? In the introduction Shakespeare made us understand the story by the way of writing and that it is all about love by using stars, moon, and soon. These describe a very peaceful and enjoying moments. Shakespeare used moon, stars and so on because in those days people believe in stars, they use them to predict what the future holds for them and so on. In the beginning Romeo and Juliet had just spent the night together. Juliet doesn't want Romeo to leave because she won't see Romeo again. Romeo has been banished to Mantua because he killed Tybalt. "Must you go? It's not nearly day" - these quote shows that Juliet doesn't want Romeo to
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