Romeo and Juliet - Explain How Dramatic Effect is Created in Act 3 Scene 5
Explain How Dramatic Effect is Created in Act 3 Scene 5
Shakespeare wrote the play 'Romeo and Juliet' in the early 1600s, when it would have shocked the audience watching its performances because of the dramatic effect created by the social context of those times. It is often considered to be one of the most tragic love stories of all time, and in my opinion it deserves to be known in this way. Act three scene five is a very dramatic scene with a lot of action and suspense. I will analyse the social context and layers of meaning in this scene to write about how dramatic effect is created.…
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