Turning Point In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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The turning point in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet occurs when Romeo kills Tybalt, this event leads to other complications throughout act three. The first complication that the reader encounters is when Romeo gets banished. This is a complication of the play because Romeo has just married Juliet and now they will not be able to see each other. In this act Juliet says, “ ‘Tybalt is dead and Romeo is banishèd/That banishèd, that word “banishèd” ’ ”(3.2.123-124). This complication contributes to the mood shift because Juliet is getting beaten down by the word ‘banishèd’ and she just cannot take it. Also, Juliet has to deal with Tybalt being dead and Romeo being banishèd, for now two great people in her life are gone. The second
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