The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

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1. AUTHOR OF THE STORY

1.1. William Shakespeare

2. TIME

2.1. Renaissance (fourteenth or fifteenth century)

3. THEME

3.1. The forcefulness of love

3.1.1. love as a cause of violenc

3.1.2. the inevitability of fate

3.1.3. the individual versus society

4. CHARACTERS

4.1. House of Escalus

4.1.1. Prince Escalus

4.1.2. Count Paris

4.1.3. Mercutio

4.2. House of Capulet

4.2.1. Lord Capulet

4.2.2. Lady Capulet

4.2.3. Juliet

4.2.4. Tybalt

4.2.5. Peter

4.2.6. Gregory and Sampson

4.2.7. Anthony, Potpan, unnamed servants

4.3. House of Montague

4.3.1. Lord Montague

4.3.2. Lady Montague

4.3.3. Romeo

4.3.4. Bonvelio

4.3.5. Balthasar

4.3.6. Abram

4.3.7. Friar Lawrance

4.3.8. Friar John

4.3.9. Chorus

4.3.10. Musicians

4.3.11. Citizens of Verona

4.4. Unseen and Ghost Characters

4.4.1. Petruchio

4.4.2. Rosalin

4.4.3. Valentine

5. PLACE

5.1. Verona and Mantua (cities in northern Italy)

6. GENRE

6.1. Tragic Drama

7. CHANGED STORY

7.1. Romeo hears  that Juliet is dead. He decides to kill himself.He buys a vial of poison from a reluctant Apothecary. As he is getting prepared to take his own life, he realizes that Juliet is moving her body. Then he hugs her and they promise they won't leave each other again. Then their parents and the prince learn the truth about them. They forgive Romeo and Juliet. After that they live happily.