The Importance Of Romeo And Juliet

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Introduction:

A theatre is a place where people go and see all kinds of performances. Theatre is mostly thought as a place to see a play, where a story is acted out in front of an audience. But there are other kinds of performances like musicals, ballets, and operas that take place in a theatre too. Theatre has changed and developed during the time of Shakespeare. During Shakespeare’s lifetime, the authorities didn’t like the change because they thought it was a bad influence on people. However, with the help of Queen Elizabeth, who loved acting, theatre became popular. Shakespeare’s theatre was lively and it was a great influence on other dramatic works, on people, and it is still influencing us today. Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare’s
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It 's not even just the ones that you find in his writing, but the ones that aren 't there. In Romeo and Juliet, for instance, it shows us how to forgive and forget when the two feuding families, the Montagues and the Capulets, decided to put an end to their squabble after Romeo and Juliet died. The two families always blame each other for the things they did wrong themselves. Nothing good came out of it and in the end they kept on hating each other for no good reason. To forgive and forget is one of the main things to be learned and can lead people closer to a peaceful life. Some people might think that Shakespeare’s writing is boring, complex and something that they 'll never use again in real life. But his writing teaches us to live life to the fullest because you’ll never know where life will take you, especially somewhere happy and …show more content…
The play, Romeo & Juliet, imputed different poetic forms to different characters, occasionally changing the form as the character develops. At the sonnet, for instance, Romeo becomes more skillfully versed as he develops over the course of the play. In addition, displaying the development of the minor characters also show signs of Shakespeare’s dramatic skill. Anyway, an abundance of modern love stories have character similarities with Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet that are noticeable if compared. Similar characters that are mostly used in modern love stories are Romeo, Juliet, Count Paris (a kinsman of Escalus who wishes to marry Juliet), and Lord Capulet/Miss Capulet (Juliet’s father/mother). The situations/positions they 're in are somewhat similar to the events that are occurring in modern love stories. Lovebirds in modern love stories are mostly from two feuding sides that follows the dramatic structure similar to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Also, lovebirds in modern love stories can be in a love triangle just like in the play when Count Paris loves Juliet as she grows to love Romeo. Another is when Romeo was madly in love with a woman named Rosaline (Lord Capulet 's niece) in the beginning of the play; but the instant he lays eyes on Juliet, he falls in love with her and forgets Rosaline. Anyhow, the roles of many characters in a lot of modern love stories can be recognized as something similar to the

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