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how and when does shakespeare use foreshadowing to introduce a revenge theme


The combination of forced patience and pure rage is making my body tremble. I’ll leave here now, but Romeo’s prank, which seems so sweet to him now, will turn bitter to him later.

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  2. how and when does Shakespeare use a specific conflict in Act 1 to introduce or develop the theme of forbidden love?


    Romeo tells Benvolio that he is in love with Rosaline, but that she does not return his feelings and has in fact sworn to live a life of chastity.




    how and when does shakespeare use a specific conflict in ACt 1 to introduce or develop the theme of false pride?]

    Capulets pride, well mostly Tybalt how he wanted to start a fight with romeo just for his presence being at the feast

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