Narrative text in tragic romantic love story – romeo and juliet example of narrative text – the story of romeo and juliet this is the most heartbreaking love story. Romeo and juliet's tragic flaws romeo and juliet's tragic flaws 2929 words feb 8th, 2009 12 pages the blame for romeo and juliet's death the story of romeo and juliet originally came from a myth around the old town of verona, later on in history shakespeare took this idea of 'two star-crossed lovers' and made it into the 'romeo and. The conclusion of the tragedy of romeo and juliet culminates with the friar's version of the lovers' story friar lawrence and the nurse expound the truth to the prince, the capulets, and to the montagues.
Romeo learns of juliet's death the false poison that causes juliet to appear dead, and the real poison that romeo drinks to kill himself the fighting ends with the lovers' deaths, but it could all have been avoided if the friar's letter was delivered. We are all familiar with the tragic love story that chronicles the lives of romeo and juliet but in this article we give you some interesting facts about romeo and juliet, the characters and the eponymous play, that you may not have been aware of. Verona still feels like its shakespearean legacy, and it is possible to recall the main moments of the timeless love story of romeo and juliet strolling around the streets of this italian city even though william shakespeare had already set a play here, the two gentlemen of verona, it is for the wonderful and tragic love story between romeo and juliet that the city is best known.
Romeo and juliet love story in verona one of the best known and most tragic love stories, that of romeo and juliet, is set in medieval veronaalthough william shakespeare, who wrote the story in 1597, never went to verona himself he made city the centre of his story and gave verona a legacy that can be perceived throughout the city even todayloving couples and romantics from around the world. February 18, 1594, dear diary, today we are having ball my mom is making me go she also wants me to marry paris, the kingsman i'm only thirteen and he is much older than me. Parents need to know that romeo and juliet is often the first shakespeare play that middle- or high-school students read it's a tragic, romantic story about two young lovers who get caught in the crossfire of their parents' conflict. - romeo and juliet, the tragic play by william shakespeare, centers around the love story between romeo, the young heir of the montagues, and juliet, the daughter of the house of capulet this story starts off with two opposing families of royalty, the montagues and the capulets. Answer: very simply, romeo and juliet can be considered a tragedy because the protagonists - the young lovers - are faced with a momentous obstacle that results in a horrible and fatal conclusion this is the structure of all shakespeare's tragedies.
The tragic love story written by shakespeare in the 1500with a slightly different story line the start shows what happened and why the capulets and the montagues are fighting it's a little weird. Note: romeo and juliet is a famous play by william shakespeare this example of narrative text about romantic and tragic story posted by tri rahmandani at 4/14/2011 04:58:00 am. In the play, romeo and juliet william shakespeare creates a beautiful but tragic love story, about two love crazed teens who kill themselves for each other the story romeo and juliet is filled with many struggles that comes with love and hate. Summary of romeo and juliet this is a short summary of romeo and juliet by william shakespearethe play which is set in verona is a story about a long feud between the montague and capulet families.
Academic speculation on the year shakespeare wrote ‘romeo and juliet’ the origins of romeo and juliet's tragic love story share flipboard email print corbis via getty images / getty images literature luigi da porta published giulietta e romeo, which was based on salernitano's story every aspect of the plot is the same. Romeo and juliet is the name of a play written by william shakespeare (april 26, 1564 - april 23, 1616) about two young people, romeo and juliet, who fall in love but are not able to be together they ultimately commit suicide after believing each other to be dead it is a tragic love story but the. Romeo and juliet = the tragedy of romeo and juliet, william shakespeare romeo and juliet is a tragedy written by william shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families.
The tragedy of romeo and juliet by william shakespeare dramatis personae chorus prince escalus, prince of verona paris, a young count, kinsman to the prince. Lost dog’s new show reveals the real story of romeo and juliet it turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after. And they don’t come more popular than romeo and juliet so, with apologies to william shakespeare, the greatest english writer and the greatest writer in the english language ever, we’re going to try and tell you, in a short few paragraphs about ‘the romeo juliet love story. A glooming peace this morning with it brings the sun, for sorrow, will not show his head go hence, to have more talk of these sad things some shall be pardoned, and some punishèd 325for never was a story of more woe than this of juliet and her romeo we settle a dark peace this morning the sun.