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Romeo & Juliet: The Tregedy of a City
Is Romeo and Juliet's death a tragedy of two families or a tragedy of a city? In the following quote, W. H. Auden says, 'The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet....is not simply a tragedy of two individuals, but the tragedy of a city. Everybody in the city is one way or another involved in and responsible for what happens.' I agree with this quote. In the rest of this essay you will read why.
One reason why it is a tragedy of a city is because almost everyone is involved. Almost the whole city attended the party which the Capulets held. Even Romeo attended the party. Now the audience of the play…
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