Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Summary

Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Summary
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  • Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Summary By: Sasha Smith
  • "I do bite my thumb, sir."
  • "Do you bite your thumb at us sir?"
  • "Younger  than she are happy mothers made."
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  • "Speak briefly, can you like of Paris' love?"
  • "Women grow by men"
  • "I'll look to like, if looking liking move..."
  • Act one Scene one shows the rivalry between the families. The rivalry is the cause of the stress/ problems throughout the play, without it, there would be no story to tell.
  • In Act one Scene two we are introduced to the man who wants to marry Juliet. In this time period it was very common to arrange a marriage to a man that was a lot older. 
  • Act one Scene three reveals how the nurse and Lady feel about Juliet marrying Paris. Both the nurse and Lady want Juliet to experience some aspect of marriage. 
  • Act 1 Scene four is uneventful but still important because it leads up to one of the most important scenes in the play.
  • Finally Act one Scene five, the moment Romeo and Juliet meet. This is when the tragic love story begins.
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