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How does Shakespeare create a variety of different moods in Act 1 Scene 5 in Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo and Juliet was written by William Shakespeare and was first published in 1597,
but the revised edition of 1599 is mainly used today. Shakespeare's principal source for
Romeo and Juliet was a poem by Arthur Brooke (1562) Shakespeare wrote Romeo and
Juliet so that it could be performed by actors and enjoyed by audiences.
Romeo and Juliet is 'A tragedy of youth as youth sees it', wrote Harley Granville
Barker. It is set in a Veronese high summer, and is both a tale of 'star-crossed lovers'
and the healing of their parents feud.
Prior to Act 1 Scene 5 there is a brawl on a street in Ver…
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