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Romeo and Juliet - Choose one dramatic scene in the play, discuss how Shakespeare structures this scene to capture the audience’s attention. Free essay! Download now

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Romeo and Juliet - Choose one dramatic scene in the play, discuss how Shakespeare structures this scene to capture the audience’s attention.

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Romeo and Juliet - Choose one dramatic scene in the play, discuss how Shakespeare structures this scene to capture the audience’s attention.

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Act 3 Scene 1 is the main turning point of the play where it becomes a tragedy. The scene begins with Mercutio humouring everyone. Then Romeo enters and refuses to fight Tybalt now that he has married Juliet, Tybalt thinks that Romeo is mocking him but still refuses so Mercutio decides to fight for Romeo because he has dishonoured himself. Romeo tries to stop them fighting but ends up getting Mercutio killed. Due to this Romeo kills Tybalt and both families rush to where Tybalt and Mercutio lay dead the scene ends with the Prince saying that Romeo is “banished” from the town.
This scene begins with Shakespeare telling us it is a hot day this suggests everyone is feeling hot, tired and bothered. Benvolio recommends to Mercutio that they should have a rest in an area sheltered from the sun, he also points out that members of the Capulet household are out in the streets, "And if we meet we shall not scape a brawl." This captures the audience’s attention because the audience thinks that there is going to be a fight and gets them excited. It also brings tension and suspense as the audience just want to see what is going to happen.
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