anonymous
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How does Shakespeare use direct and indirect characterization to develop Romeo?
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xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
what do you think @KingBruh ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
try this link i hope it helps http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/romeojuliet/
anonymous
  • anonymous
I mean I really don't know the book has hard to read but all i know is that Romeo is all about romance

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah i hate that book but i got an A just by reading the summary on sparknotes and putting it to my own words
xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
im guessing you are both guys cuz u want to do it the easy way
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not really
anonymous
  • anonymous
So theres no need to assume anything cause its most definitely not true
xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
and not actually read the book, cuz the book is a great story and if u want a A+ like i got for reading and writing about the book u would want to do so and im not im just saying
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah it is the same thing as studying some people dont understand shakespeare he is very difficult so unlike most kids who care about there grades they go on spark notes and do there work oh and im a guy
anonymous
  • anonymous
I usually dont ask for help o books but this one has hard to read due to the type of language they spoke then.
xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
yea but i read the book the whole book and got a A+ just for reading the actual book and writing about it perfectly not just from some notes
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup and i got an A too so what are you saying
xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
i said A+ not A but what ever and nvm about what i said ok just ignore what i said
anonymous
  • anonymous
Forget it I already emailed my teacher the assignment
xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
oh ok well i was going to give u my report about it but nvm i guess
xX_GamerGirl_Xx
  • xX_GamerGirl_Xx
baii then i guess

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