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Romeo and Juliet Essay The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a play that consisted of many parts It had rising action falling action and climax along with many other parts crucial to a good play Woven into the drama of Shakespeares love story were the characters of the play The main characters Romeo and Juliet took center stage in almost every act Romeo was the son of the Montague family and Juliet was the daughter of the Capulet family Because of the conflict between the two families their love could never be The families had been feuding for ages Throughout all of the pain love and suffering brought to the two lovers there was one character that provided a humorous break from all of the emotional tragedy Mercutio relative of the Prince and friend of Romeo was this character Every once in a while Mercutio would add a little comedy to an otherwise tragic play Between his infamous Queen Mab speech to his dramatic fight scene he was there providing one humorous moment after another Even up to his death he was telling jokes Because he was characterized by his antics no one believed that he was really dying The characters finally stopped joking around when Mercutio fell down dead and a fatal hole was discovered in his chest Mercutio was Shakespeares one comic element in a tale that was not to end happily Mercutios Queen Mab speech Act 1 scene 4 was an attempt to cheer up Romeo because he was depressed over his unanswered love for Rosaline the girl he wanted before he met Juliet In this speech Mercutio tells about Queen Mab and makes a reference to the ability of fairies to control the affairs of humans And in this state she gallops night by nightThrough lovers brains and then they dream of love Mab had the ability to control the dreams of mortals Control
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