Romeo and Juliet

Explore the importance of where the scenes are set in this play

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Ironically, most of the scenes are played out in or around Juliet's home, in churches, and on the public streets. Note, two of these places, the streets and the churchm are public..... Romeo and Juliet, particularly Romeo, doesn't seem too concerned with being noticed. The scenes at the Capulet home, however, seem almost foolhardy..... something that speaks to the youth and inexperience of the lovers.


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