Romeo And Juliet Turning Point Analysis

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CHRISTIAN RAMIREZ RAMIREZ 1 MR.REYNOLDS 3RD PERIOD March 21,2018 Romeo and Juliet Novel Turning Point This essay will be used to describe how act 3 scene 1 of “Romeo and Juliet” is the main and most important turning point of the novel. I will explain the events that cause this part of the novel to be the major turning point of the story. As well as I will talk about the events that could have happened if turning point would have been the complete opposite of what actually happened . I will give a explanation on why…show more content…
In one point of act 3 scene 1 Benvolio stated the following “ The day is hot, the Capels are abroad , And if we meet them we shall not escape a brawl, For now, these hot days, is the mad blood stirring. This makes the reader question what’s going to happen if the two familes meet. With the Montague’s agitated and Tybalt seeking revenge. As soon as they meet Mercutio starts to be argumentative, so he immediately picks up a fight with Tybalt. During the fight Tybalt ends up stabbing Mercutio and ends up dying moments later. Before dying Mercutio said he commanded a plague on both of the families which has a connection to the end of the novel in which the Capulet’s loose Juliet and the Montague’s loose Romeo. As you see what Benvolio was referring to was each of the families were going to have a major loss. Romeo didn’t want to fight but was forced too by his anger which he couldn’t control after seeing a family member getting killed. Before fighting with Tybalt, Romeo says “ Either thou or I must go with…show more content…
During the fight Romeo end up killing Tybalt , the cousin of Juliet and here is the turning point. Romeo was trying to build a good relationship with Juliet’s family members to be able to receive their support at the time of marrying Juliet. But instead he ends up receiving a banishment from
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