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II. By the end of Romeo and Juliet, Paris and Romeo, both of whom loved Juliet, are dead. The two characters, however, are very different. Write an essay comparing and contrasting the two men. The introduction of your essay should include an attention-getter and thesis statement. The body of your essay should provide examples of similarities and differences regarding their attitudes toward love, traditions, and fidelity, as well as their actions. Close your essay with an overall conclusion, including a restatement of the thesis

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  1. Is there something about this assignment that you do not understand? How can we help you?

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    posted by Reed
  2. yes i really don't get it

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    posted by jess
  3. What don't you "get"? You are to write an essay comparing and contrasting Romeo and Paris with attention to their attitudes about love, traditions, fidelity (in love, I assume), and their actions during the course of the play. You have to read the play first, then think about the two characters, then write about them in an essay. Do you know how to write an essay?

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    posted by Reed
  4. nevermind i got it

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    posted by jess
  5. Reed you didn't have to be rude about it. I had the same question and I need help understanding it. Don't be rude to someone who needs help.

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    posted by Dildine
  6. reed is a bich

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    posted by Anonymous
  7. Isn't jishka a homework help site? You don't help people by telling them to read the story/textbook and do it themselves.

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