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To what extent does the opening scene create a menacing effect on the remainder of the play
"Romeo and Juliet", written by William Shakespeare, is the tale of two "star-crossed lovers" who must overcome many different tribulations in order to maintain a happy relationship. These troubles are primarily due to the ongoing conflict between the two households of the lovers. This family feud is very violent and at some points in the play the violence is so intense that it can become quite menacing to the audience. This menacing ambience is displayed to the audience in the exposition to the play, Act one, Scene one. This harrowing atmosphere is reflected throughout the remainder of the…
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- To what extent does the opening scene create a menacing effect on the remainder of the play
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