Romeo and Juliet tribe Part 2
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I don't really see what's so good at about this place, except for the statue everything looks very normal, plus there are no good resources.
Wow, after all that yelling between my father and mother you would think there is something good in this place, and yet all I see is plain old land except for the staue.
Oh my, you are so beautiful
Is it possible to love my enemy?
In this scene, Juliet is wandering the land to find something unique, but little does she know she is going to find her love of her life. This does not only create suspense but also shows drmatic irony.
Romeo, is also wandering the land to find something special, but he also does not relaize he is going to meet the love of his life. This scene also shows dramatic irony.
This scene is crucial scene, though the it s not shown directly the conflict begins here. The motif opposing forces is also encrypted in this scene, because of this incident the hatred between the two tribes who oppose each other grows even larger, due to the meeting of Romeo and Juliet.
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