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How does Shakespear e show this? Evidence Analysis The two warrin g familie s Shakespeare opens the play with a prologue and it is here that he first depicts the conflict between the Montagues and the Capulets. "Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, where we lay our scene, from ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where civil blood makes civil hands unclean." Shakespeare opens his play with the first line, illustrating the "ancient" grudge that has been happening in Verona. Shakespeare does this to show that the conflict has been ongoing and isn't likely to stop. He describes it as "ancient"' to illustrate how ingrained the conflict is with the families - it is a part of their daily lives. Juliet's inner conflic When Juliet discovers the true identity "That I must love a loathed Juliet uses 'must' which indicates that
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How does Shakespear e show this? Evidence Analysis t of her true love, she is shocked and cannot believe she loves someone who she is supposed to hate. enemy." she has no other choice - she loves Romeo and cannot change the fact. This presents a conflict for Juliet, as she cannot change what she feels - despite knowing that she should.
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