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Overview

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Author

William Shakespeare

Years Written

c. 1591–1596

Type

Play

Genre

Tragedy

Perspective and Narrator

In the style of ancient Greek theater, a chorus sets the stage for the audience in Romeo and Juliet.

Tense

Romeo and Juliet is written in the present tense.

About the Title

Romeo and Juliet takes its title from the two young lovers whose fates lead them to a tragic end.

Summary

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