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In act 3 scene 5 we see a lot of conflict between Lord Capulet and Juliet we can see this from the following line “Hang thee, young baggage disobedient wretch!” this line shows that there is conflict because Lord Capulet is calling Juliet a “disobedient wretch” which negative language and that make the audience believe that he is angry so that means there must be some sort o...

In this essay I am going to focus on Act 3 Scene 5, in which we see Juliet in a different light....

Act 3, scene 5, is particularly worth studying because within it Shakespeare cleverly shows a dramatic decline in Juliet’s character, and has the audience gripped because of the tension he creates....


Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Summary and Analysis | …

In this essay I’m going to discuss how Shakespeare builds the tension ‘Romeo and Juliet’, specifically concentrating on act 3 scenes 1.