Tomb Of Juliet In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Research Paper Final Draft I think that the tomb of Juliet in Verona is fake, the first reason as to why I think this is because the story of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is not in actual history. As opposed to the people who doesn't really care that it's fake, but the symbolism of the love makes it real in their perspective. The “Tomb of Juliet “, was built by an Italian man, and his name was Antonio Avena. In earlier versions of Shakespeare story, the “Juliet” of one was named Giulietta. ”Luigi da Porta in the 1530s wrote a similar compilation of Romeo Montechhi and Giulietta Cappelleti, moving the setting of their lives from Siena to the Verona from where Shakespeare would write it” (Stone). This is part of how Shakespeare's work…show more content…
He had built the tomb at around the time of 1937. It would be over 300 years after Shakespeare had written his play that the tomb was constructed. “It is thanks to Antonio Avena that visitors from everywhere can now find in Verona of the places to see and where to place the tragedy of the heroine immortalized by Shakespeare” If it were not for his love and wanting to prove it, Tomba of di Giulietta would have never been made into a reality. There are people who don't care that the fact, even though the story behind Juliet's tomb is false, means that the tomb is fake. With that, people feel that the tomb is a reality of such of an impacting, and meaningful love making it real. Since the story of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is not true. We should tell the people who have been wrongly informed that this tomb thought to be real, and the actual story behind it, wasn't real history. Romeo and Juliet were based off of Pyramus and Thisbe, plus the poem of The Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet from Arthur Brooke. In the 1930s Antonio Avena had constructed the famous tomb, which is way after Juliet would have
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