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for my history project, I need to rewrite one scene from Romeo and Juliet. but it has to be modern. say, Juliet can text Romeo, or talk with him on messenger, and so on. which scene should I choose and any ideas how I can change it?

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    Perhaps how they meet? Instead of meeting at the party they could meet on a dating website? Just a thought... Fun project, good luck

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    I think I'll do that.. like they find each other on Facebook or something :) thank you
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