Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is an example of many things. It shows how powerful love is and the extents that someone would go to for someone they love. It shows how fighting can lead to complete disasters and that there shouldn't be feuds. It proves that you can't force your child to marry someone if the child loves someone else. Romeo and Juliet have many lessons and I think Shakespear wrote this play to show people it is better to love than to fight, it is better to have peace than war, but above all, that love can overcome many things and that if you love someone so much, you would die for them.
People created sucicied to prevent from being killed by the people. They also did it because for love like Romeo and Juliet in the play. Being a star crossed lover means that you will fall in love but iyou will die or something bad will happen to you and your love. People created sucicied to prevent from being killed by the people. They also did it because for love like Romeo and Juliet in the play. Being a star crossed lover means that you will fall in love but iyou will die or something bad will happen to you and your love.
We do not have as much information about street theatre as we do about performances in playhouses, probably because there was very little of it. Performers without a patron were subject to imprisonment, and performers with a patron wanted to have a paying audience, thank you very much.
An example of American Exceptionalism is FREEDOM.
One example is a factory owner.
A television programme or a live interview would be an example of a non-written source.
Start at the beginning of Scene II. "Arise, fair sun and kill the envious moon." Do you think that the sun can kill the moon? Or is this something a person might do? Oh, and by the way, do you think the moon feels envy? The moon is apparently "sick and pale with grief". People feel grief, not rocks out in space. And it goes on and on and on. This scene is personification after personification.
Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?