Romeo and Juliet Act 2 & 3

So Romeo and Juliet get married and the world goes to hell. Makes you think twice…maybe? Or maybe not think at all. Here’s a blog post with voice and attitude from one of my 9th-grade students who certainly has opinions about the play.

[ Words Beyond Walls ]

Check out my lastfewposts on Romeo and Juliet before you read this one

We are finally finished with Romeo and Juliet up until Act Three. Or, as I’m calling it, The Act Where Everything Goes Wrong. In Act 2 and 3, R & J finally begin to realize that love is not a save-all, heal-all force, and maybe, just maybe, love can actually pull others apart. But, our favorite star-crossed lovers clearly don’t see this, because they’re too infatuated with each other’s beauty that they don’t realize actions have consequences.

RIP: Mercutio and Tybalt

tibbsTo be honest, I was a bit upset that Mercutio and Tybalt died. Romeo and Juliet were starting to annoy me with all this “love at first sight” crap, but the side characters (not you, Paris…), especially Mercutio, were a breath of fresh air. However, I think this is exactly why Shakespeare decided to…

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