Novel Journaling: Romeo and Juliet Act I by: Trevor M. McDowell
First Act of Romeo and Juliet:
<Tab/>Act I scene i: The scene begins with a prologue describing the grudge between Montague and Capulet. It also foreshadows Rome and Juliet "a pair of star cross'd lovers". In fair Verona we lay our scene where two servants of the house of Capulet are strolling the streets. They discuss how to provoke the Montague men they spot into fighting. One deciding to bite their thumb at them, (an act comparable to flipping someone off) immediately grabs the attention of the unsuspecting Montagues. What begins as a verbal confrontat…
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