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1 In the beginning of the story Romeo does not seem true to his heart He says he is in love with Rosaline and will never forget about her Later in the story the Friar asks Romeo how Rosaline is doing and this is how he responds With Rosaline my ghostly father no I have forgot that name and that names woe Romeo and Juliet II iii 46-47 Romeo may not even stay true to Juliet because he might find someone better He seems also very shallow because he forgot about Rosaline the moment he saw Juliet If Romeo meets another girl prettier then Juliet he might leave Juliet for the other girl Romeo however maybe be able to redeem himself by being true to Juliet 2 Friar Laurence is one of the more key characters in the play Many and most of the key things that happened in this play have been influenced or thought of by the Friar He tells everyone Romeo there dead was husband to that Juliet Romeo and Juliet V iii 251 which was caused by him The friar controlled what happened to everyone in the play Also he is the cause for all of the problems and deaths Even though he is not directly connected to Paris dieing because of Romeo but he is still responsible for that Almost everything that went on in the play was because of the Friar He confesses to everyone at the end of the play The play might have been less dramatic had the Friar not done what he did 3The reason Mercutio is know as one of Shakespeares masterpieces is because he is so much different from every other character ever created by Shakespeare Mercutio is out of the normal compared to the normal renaissance characters Shakespeare invented Mercutios manners are not great Good Peter to hide her face for her fans the fairer face Romeo and Juliet II
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