anonymous
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Help with romeo and Juliet! PLEASE!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
• Elizabethan views of the theater:
anonymous
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how did Shakespeare try to please the audience?
anonymous
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You just need to know how he attempted to please the audience?

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anonymous
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Critics believed that Shakesphere entertained the crowd by praising the monarchy but in reality he was bashing it. So it is somewhat ironic how he pleased the crowd in a way.
anonymous
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if you need more help this site could greatly be of assisstance I used it when I was studying Romeo and Juliet http://www.sparknotes.com/
anonymous
  • anonymous
Elizabethan views of the theater: i need this one
anonymous
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• Why Shakespeare’s language can be tricky
anonymous
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Yes, he provided a passionate love story of two people who loved each other, but because of the monarchy they could not be together. It was kind of a blow to the whole "ruling" because they both ended up dying because of the ruling.
anonymous
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this is correct! :D
anonymous
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I honestly don't think his language is tricky. It's basically old English. If you use "Writers Context" you can figure out what his words mean. "Doth thou betray me?" Putting the words in context would mean "Are you betraying me?" I guess it could be confusing in the fact that Doth would translate into "does" and since thou would mean "you" it would technically translate into "Does you betray me"
anonymous
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ok can u help with the Elizabethan views of the theater: i need this one
anonymous
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Forgive me, but translating old english would be similar to listening to a REALLY ghetto person speak.
anonymous
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this should help with the translating http://www.oldenglishtranslator.co.uk/
anonymous
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ya i got that one
anonymous
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I am not sure about Elizabethan part.
anonymous
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lol that is like the one i need lol
anonymous
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:/ Sorry.
anonymous
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its all good! ill leave it blank
anonymous
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*facepalm*
anonymous
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>-<
anonymous
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O_o SAD DAY LOL
anonymous
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ok what do u need help with??
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok can u help with the Elizabethan views of the theater: i need this one
anonymous
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umm i really don;t know about that i am sooooooooooo sorry :(
anonymous
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no prob lol
anonymous
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sorry
anonymous
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dont seat it
anonymous
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sweat it lol
anonymous
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who r some humorous characters in Romeo and Juliet?
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k got all of it done finaly!

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