Recent Event Highlights: The death of Romeo an Juliet, Romeo an Juliet meet, and 5 more...
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The scene where the letter that explains friar Laurences plan is very important. It's important because if the letter was sent to Romeo he would have understood that Juliet was not actually dead. This scene is also important because with that letter sent, Romeo would not have killed himself.
This is probably the most important scene in the whole story. It's important because its when both Romeo an Juliet die. This scene is also significant because it tells the story of what hatred can do and what true love can be. It is also the last scene of the story.
The part were the Capulets and Montagues make up is a scene that is significantly important. It's important because the feud between these two is finally resolved. The other reason is because it signifies that Verona will be more peaceful now that the fighting stopped.
This seen is significant because it's when Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet has died. The reason it is important is because it shows how immature Romeo is. It also explains how if Romeo would have gotten friars letter then they both would have lived.
The part were the wedding was moved to the next morning is very important to the story. It's important because it gives the friar less time to try and help Romeo and Juliet. Its also important because it gives Juliet less time to get ready to drink the potion.
The part were Juliet drinks the potion is very significant to the story. The reason being is because its the last time that Juliet will ever be awake until the end of the story. This is also important due to the fact that this event will ultimately kill Juliet and Romeo.
The part were the friar and Juliet talk about Juliet getting married to Paris is very important. Its important because Juliet asks the friar to help her, otherwise she will kill herself, this is important because it show Julie's flaw to rationalize things. It's significant because the friar gives Juliet a sleeping potion that will ultimately lead to her death.
The part were the nurse walks in on Juliet, who appears dead is a important scene. Its important because people spred the word that Juliet Is dead and word gets to Romeo, which makes him go crazy. The other reason this is important is because if Juliet would have just married Paris then she could escape if she explained to Paris that she loves Romeo.
When Romeo gets banned from Verona is important because its were things get complicated for Romeo. It's also important because it puts a choke hold on Romeo an Juliet's relationship. The other reason that this is important because Romeo can no longer see Juliet and they wont be able to tell their parents about their relationship.
The part where Romeo an Juliet last meet is important. It's important because its the last time that Romeo an Juliet will see each other alive. Its also important because its when Romeo actually leaves Verona and will not return until Juliet is buried.
The part where Tybalt dies is significant to the story. It's important because it is the turning point of the story. The other important reason that this part is significant is that because Romeo kills Tybalt, Romeo gets banished.
When Mercutio gets killed by Tybalt is important because it shows the anger that Romeo has toward Tybalt. Romeo kills Tybalt from his anger and gets banned from Verona and this causes trouble for Romeo. The other reason it is significant is because when Mercutio dies then the whole story gets complicated.
The part when Romeo goes to the Friar's cell to ask for permission for marriage is important because its when the Friar agrees to marry the two. Its also important because it shows that there might be hope for the two families to quit fighting.
The part were the nurse brings back Romeos' news is important because its when Juliet really knows how Romeo feels. Its Significant because its where Juliet is trying to figure out if Romeo really fulfilled his deed to Juliet. Romeo's news is important because it is what sends Juliet to go get married and thats what starts the trouble that leads to their death.
The wedding is important because its where Romeo and Juliet get married. It's significant because it shows how quick they take their relationship. The other reason it's important is because they do it so quickly and this causes even more trouble for them.
The balcony scene is very important. It's important because it is the scene where Romeo tells Juliet he wants to marry her. This scene is significant because it's where Juliet figures out that it is the name Montague that is her enemy.
The night that Romeo an Juliet meet is important because it is the base of where the romance between them begins and what this story is all about. The fact that the party was at the Capulet's house, and Tybalt saw Romeo then he wanted to fight Romeo is the significant part in this scene. Romeo and Juliet also regonize that they are from different houses.
Paris wants to marry Juliet. This is important because it causes trouble for Romeo later on because he will already have married Juliet. It will also cause a problem because it will end up in both Romeo's and Juliet's down fall. The other important reason is because if Paris didn't want to marry Juliet then she wouldn't have taken the sleeping potion and Romeo would still be alive.
The Prince proposed a solution to the fighting in Verona between the two family's. This is important because it prohibits Romeo's family and Juliet's from fighting each other. This will end up causing Romeo to be banished. The scene is important because it explains how the families fighting again could cause their death because of the prines proposal.
The fight between the Montagues' and the Capulets' is important because it reignites the feud between the familis and show how much the families dislike each otherI. Another reason that this scene is important becausein explains how the families will be punished once the king hears about the feud, and because of this it causes the death of Romeo and Juliet.