Romeo and Juliet

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  • Romeo an Juliet
    • Context
      • Greek Tragedy
        • Harmartia
          • Romeo's fatal flaw.
      • Religious Influence on Audience
        • Religious Imagery
          • 'Angelical', 'Hell'
    • Plot
      • The Prolouge
        • Tells us the inevitable death of Romeo and Juliet
          • Shows the reader the feuding families.
          • Dramatic Irony
            • Shows the reader the feuding families.
    • Characters
      • Romeo
        • Unpredictable emotions.
          • Kills Tybalt
            • Untitled
      • Juliet
        • Strong minded but immature.
        • Romeo
          • Unpredictable emotions.
            • Kills Tybalt
              • Untitled
      • Friar Lawrence
        • Apothecary
          • Constantly foreshadows the death of Romeo and Juliet.
            • Gives Juliet the sleeping potion.
              • Apothecary
                • Constantly foreshadows the death of Romeo and Juliet.
                  • Gives Juliet the sleeping potion.
        • Mercrutio
          • Killed by Tybalt
            • Turning Point in the play.
              • Killed by Romeo.
        • Benvolio
        • Tybalt
          • Killed by Romeo.
          • Mercrutio
            • Killed by Tybalt
              • Turning Point in the play.
          • Capulet
            • Mood changes mid play.
              • Calls Juliet "Baggage", "wretch"
              • Sees Juliet as possession.
                • Calls Juliet "Baggage", "wretch"
          • Lady Capulet
          • The Nurse
            • Like a mother to Juliet
          • Friar John
        • Themes
          • Love and Hate
          • Doomed Love

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