How does ACT 3 scene 1 compare to ACT 2?
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One of the most unique qualities of Romeo and Juliet is the stylistic variation within the play. Some scholars criticize the play as uneven, while others applaud Shakespeare’s willingness to explore both tragic and comedic conventions. In Act III, the play's tone moves away from the largely comic romance of Act II, and even Act I.