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What are the four types of conflict in Romeo and Juliet?
What is Romeo’s main conflict?
Who caused the conflict in Romeo and Juliet?
The conflict between these two families is the main cause of all the conflicts within the play. The loathing between them has fueled the conflict between Romeo and Tybalt, the servants of both houses and Juliet’s inner conflict about the identity of her lover.
Which conflict is resolved in Romeo and Juliet?
What is the main external conflict in Romeo and Juliet?
What is Juliet’s inner conflict?
What are the main issues in Romeo and Juliet?
What are conflicts in Romeo and Juliet Act 2?
This specific conflict is when Friar Laurence’s letter was not able to reach Romeo and he decides to go to the tomb and wait til Juliet wakes up to take her back to his cell, but Romeo thinks she is dead.
What is the conflict of the play?
What is the conflict between Juliet and her father?
Juliet refuses to marry and her father threatens to disown her. Juliet begs her mother to help her but she refuses and leaves Juliet with the the Nurse, who also tries to convince her to marry Paris. You can take a look at the whole scene and watch it in performance here.
How is internal conflict presented in Romeo and Juliet?
Is Romeo’s conflict internal or external?
What is Juliet’s internal conflict in the balcony scene?
How is conflict presented in Romeo and Juliet prologue?
What is the external conflict?
What are the 3 main themes in Romeo and Juliet?