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In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare we see the progression of the storyline through a number of different components of the setting The events that took place the place the text is set and how quickly time moves contribute to a great extent to the development of the plot and inform the audience and determine the direction in which the story will be headed the problems that may occur and the possible outcomes of these problems Also it informs the audience of the personalities of the characters by how they speak how they react and their attitudes towards certain things and how others react to them The play is set in the small city of Verona and at the beginning of the play we are introduced to a historical feud between the Capulets and the Montagues by two servants Samson and Gregory who are in the city center From this we are able to uderstand a little more about Verona and that the city center is a crowded area where people meet up with others It is not as large as one would think being the city center so from this it is evident that Verona is not a very bit city We also discover when we meet the Prince that the Montagues and Capulets frequently have street brawls disrupting the quiet city This feud ultimately results in the deaths of Tybalt and Mercutio and Romeos banishment from Verona We never find out the origins of this feud only that it has been ongoing for many many years We are able to see the severity of this feud in many different events At the ball we see Tybalts for the Montagues when he sees Romeo and wishes to take him out Also when Tybalt wishes to fight with Romeo and Romeo refuses we see Tybals shock because no member of any one family has ever refused a fight and in this we are able
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