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My initial thoughts of the first two acts in Romeo and Juliet are filled with hope Despite the initial Act 1 Scene 1 fight which the reader is led to expect due to prologue lines from ancient grudge break new mutiny When I personally read Act 1 Scene 1 I believed that this was the fight the prologue was talking about From then on a reader could be mistaken for thinking Romeo and Juliet is the tale of a young handsome love struck young man Possibly in love with Rosaline but Juliet is in love with him We can then start to guess this story will be a battle of two men for the love of Juliet This may be the case when we are first introduced at the Capulets ball to Paris as the young man wanting Lord Capulet to give Juliets hand in marriage as well as her children what say you to my suityounger than she are happy mothers made Romeo and Juliet first seeing each other 15 is portrayed in many different ways for instance In Baz Luhrmanns modern interpretation they first see each other through a fish tank However the first meeting is portrayed they all share one common theme love at first sight It could be thought that Romeo on their first meeting is possibly keener than Juliet This would be due to Romeos willingness and ambition to kiss Juliet to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss which is more than Juliets subdued willingness to kiss Romeo you do wrong your hand too muchfor saints have hands that pilgrims do touch this is Juliet playing with Romeo saying that she is a saint and he is but a pilgrim When they do finally kiss in line 106 the audience instantly know they are in love by Juliets reaction to the kiss then have my lips the sin that they have took This is Juliet asking Romeo
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