*Romeo and Juliet* - Globe Theatre Research through Act 1.3
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Comparisons of Shakespearean Globe Theatre to Modern Theatre
Know the differences in the following categories: transportation, cost, audience, audience experience, health issues, theatre design, public/government attitude, etc.
Globe Theatre Location
Love or a relationship that ends badly, such as in death (an accident, etc.), a break up, or a break down in character
The author's attitude toward the text
Causing or characterized by extreme distress or sorrow
An introductory speech, often in verse, calling attention to the central idea of a play
A comparison that does NOT use like or as (i.e.
The central idea is the central, unifying element of the story, which ties together all of the other elements of fiction used by the author to tell the story. The central idea can be best described as the dominant impression or the universal, generic truth found in the story (i.e. the meaning of beauty)
The process by which an author reveals the personality of a character (usually with adjectives)
Romeo and Juliet's Attitude Toward Love
Elevated (social) rank or office
Rebellion against authority
Causing death; proceeding or decreed by fate; inevitable
A strong feeling of anger toward someone that lasts a long time
Evoking or deserving pity; pathetic
Surrounding and attacking a fortified place in such a way as to isolate it from help and supplies and eventually capturing
To have renounced or rejected under oath; to give up or do without (something)
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