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Consider the similarities between the Caravaggio painting and Act V, scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet. describe and explain at least three similarities between the painting and the scene

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  1. ilovedaivd
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    @xxImHisGirlxx @master43 @ryan123345

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  2. lovatic4life
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    i didnt acutaly read is

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    http://shakespeare.mit.edu/romeo_juliet/romeo_juliet.5.3.html I read only "Romeo and Juliet" I have no idea about "Caravaggio Painting"

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    The painting: http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/c/caravagg/07/45death.html

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    does anybody know what that scene is about ?

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    I did Romeo and Juliet freshman year and barely remember it.

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    It is the death of Romeo and Juliet, the climax of the play. It is held in a graveyard and toomb.

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    The time is pre-dawn, dark still. It ends with the rising of the sun. There are three deaths, Paris slain by Romeo, then Romeo's suicide followed by Juliet's. Originally, Juliet was alive with a faked death and sleeping potion.

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