Verifica: "Romeo e Giulietta" di Shakespeare
“Romeo and Juliet” appears divided into two parts, the first part can be considered almost a comedy, and in the second part the real tragedy starts. What is the turning point between comedy and tragedy?
Shakespeare’s model for “Romeo and Juliet” was a poem by Arthur Brooke “The Tragical Historye of Romeus and Juliet”, from which there are no substantial differences.
What is the metric structure of the balcony scene?
In the balcony scene the characters of the lovers emerge. Romeo appears as a young, mature and conscientious man, on the contrary Juliet is a dreamy, thoughtless girl, who lives in a poetic dimension of life.
Which typical poetic form of the Renaissance is used in the prologue of “Romeo and Juliet”?
Is it true that in the balcony scene Shakespeare could create a dialogue between Romeo and Juliet, by mixing two monologues of the two lovers?
Which particular technique is used by Romeo in his monologue, called an “aside”?
What is Shakespeare’s purpose in “Romeo and Juliet”?
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