Shakespeares Timing in Romeo and Juliet

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Shakespeare’s timing in Romeo and Juliet The primary impetus for the speed that Shakespeare uses in plays is to suggest the brashness of youth, and how they act solely at Juliet’s age (youth and time) and the hurry in which they meet each other sets a scene that allows the reader to imagine and feel the rapid effect of what is happening in the play. The timing and speed allow the listener to be swept up within the scene and to feel along with the lovers how strong and unwavering their love truly is.
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