Romeo and Juliet

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  • "Two households both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, were we lay our scene." -Prologue
  • Romeo & Juliet, by William Shakespeare
  • Act 1
  • Nay, as they dare i will bite my thumb which is a disgrace to them if they bear it
  • Act 2
  • Ah Juliet if the measure of thy joy be heaped like mine.
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  • Act 3
  • I wish a plague on both of your houses!
  • I fight occurs between the Montagues and Capulets in the streets in Verona. As the Montagues continue to mess with the Capulets, The Capulets retaliate. As time continues, a sword fight is started.
  • Act 4
  • God joined my heart and Romeo's thou our hands
  • As Romeo sneaks into the enemies party to find his true love Rosaline, he found his sights on another women. As he walks up to the beautiful women he had discovered, he later find out that her name is Juliet, and that she's actually a Capulet. But that does not stop him from chasing her.
  • Act 5
  • This is thy sheath; there rust and let me die.
  • Another fight is token place, but this time its between Tybalt, and Mercutio who is a good friend of Romeo. Mercutio is basically mocking Tybalt tempting him to draw his sword and fight him, and eventually he does. As the fight goes on, Tybalt accidentally stabs Mercutio, then he eventually bleeds out 
  • Juliet is frustrated at her parent, and just wants to be with Romeo. Although Juliet's parents are forcing her to marry Paris, the man she obviously doe not want to be with. She runs to the church and tries to kill herself, but Friar Laurence has and other plans. 
  • Soon after Romeo finds his wife supposedly "dead" although she's not he is too foolish to realize that she is actually alive. Romeo continues to drink his poison to be with his "dead wife". Juliet soon wakes up and realizes Romeo is dead and she stabs herself with Romeos dagger. 
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