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  1. anonymous
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    In a well-developed paragraph, compare and contrast the structure of a dramatic play (as in Romeo and Juliet) with the structure of another genre of writing such as a letter, novel, or short story. What would be the advantages of one genre over the other? Be sure to use proper spelling and grammar and to include examples to support your ideas.

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    @sugarplum15

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    @RedNeckOutLaw @Leong

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    so let listed out Romeo and Juiliet dramatics part, okay?

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    ok

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    well, we both see that they are very young and yet, stupid since Romeo said that he would never love any other girls expect Rosaline? right? right, yeah till he was push to go to Capulet's party and see Juliet.

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    yeah

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    next we know that they have kisses and moving kinda fast because Romeo want Juiliet to promise to marrige him, right?

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    yea

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    Since their 2 familes are ememy to each other and at the begining of the play, cuz their fight, the prince will KILL ANYONE WHO REPEAT it

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    so yeah, after that, romeo was hang out with ..... I forgot the funny guy name was but anyway, Tybalt was there and try to " turn on" war betweens 2 familes

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    But before that happen, Romeo and Juiliet had been MARRIAGE by the nurse and the father?? ( i don't remember what they call him in the play) so basically, Tybalts now had become romeo cousin

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    So there is reason not for the dramatic to happen but.... the funny guy was there and he was joking around with his sword in his tight pans and yes, he dies from it

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    So Romeo was angry and revage on Tybalts and was expell from it. Well, he was bagging the father to give him and Juiliet a plan to be together but turns out. It works not so well as expected

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    True that the feeling of the father from the very begining that their love will bring peace to both houses but also because their plans, the mail, the instuctions from the father can't go to romeo and he himself was too rush had killed him and juiliet

  18. anonymous
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    So yes, you can blame for the father if you want but all it was" to too rush or too slow in love, or eles, bad things will happens" well, that's much in romeo and juiliet

  19. anonymous
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    may I ask what letter, or something like that that you would use?

  20. anonymous
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    yo real quick ik what i have to do now ty but can u help me with two more

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    Read the following excerpt from Romeo and Juliet. In a response of at least three sentences identify the details of this story that illustrate historical context. Use proper spelling and grammar. PRINCE Rebellious subjects, enemies to peace, Profaners of this neighbour-stained steel,— Will they not hear? What, ho! you men, you beasts, That quench the fire of your pernicious rage With purple fountains issuing from your veins, On pain of torture, from those bloody hands Throw your mistemper'd weapons to the ground, And hear the sentence of your moved prince. Three civil brawls, bred of an airy word, By thee, old Capulet, and Montague, Have thrice disturb'd the quiet of our streets, And made Verona's ancient citizens Cast by their grave beseeming ornaments, To wield old partisans, in hands as old, Canker'd with peace, to part your canker'd hate: If ever you disturb our streets again, Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace. For this time, all the rest depart away: You Capulet; shall go along with me: And, Montague, come you this afternoon, To know our further pleasure in this case, To old Free-town, our common judgment-place. Once more, on pain of death, all men depart.

  22. anonymous
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    well, the prince was warning both houses that they must stop fighting or dead will be their punishment.

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    Basically he was just using dead to end it all, he want no more blood but he also creating blood by himself.

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    Bro ty for ur help i really appreciate it i need one more sentence and a question

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    so it just: both of you Montague and Capulet, no more fights for your haterst ( hope i speeling right) too many people had dies for you and i want no more of that, if that ever happen again, I will kill you all!

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    made this into 3 sentances man =.=

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    oh kk ty bro and help me with this last question

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    okay

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    In a response of at least three sentences, analyze the importance of historical context in Romeo and Juliet. Identify examples of both language and behavior used in the play that are not common practices today. Use proper spelling and grammar.

  30. anonymous
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    well, look at the graph you give me, " thee" is an old word that we do not use, and most of this is old english with Bristish( I think i spell right) and the old days, they say in rymh, to state their emotions to their words.

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    wait what

  32. anonymous
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    ??? i dont understand the last question and what u said

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    okay =.= the obvious is their language there and now =.=

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    oh kk

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    but i still dont know how to make it into 3 sentences

  36. anonymous
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    from the language you may have 1 or 2 ( they way they use and how it was written)

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    wait, still more

  38. anonymous
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    no is just this one In a response of at least three sentences, analyze the importance of historical context in Romeo and Juliet. Identify examples of both language and behavior used in the play that are not common practices today. Use proper spelling and grammar. but i dont know how to make it into 3 sentences

  39. anonymous
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    they say it in rymh and expost their emtions though it

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    they use the mix of Bristish (i dunno how to spell this) and english, which many of it we use and some of it we don't

  41. anonymous
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    hummmm and their words have many meaning and forshadow alot I think ( you may see it when Juilet expost her feeling about Tybalts dead and romeo, the father when he talk to romeo is not to rush in love)

  42. anonymous
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    bro ty very fuking much u helped me alot i just passed my test thank u

  43. anonymous
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    okay :) ur welcome

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