Romeo and Juliet Act 3 ends with the very big complicated conflict...

Romeo and Juliet

Act 3 ends with the very big complicated conflict of Romeo, who is Juliet's husband, being banished from Verona just before Juliet finds out her father wants her to marry Paris this coming Thursday.

Answer questions about the conflict in Act 3.

1. Name three conflicts that led up to this problem? What external conflicts are there between characters? What characters have internal conflicts regarding thoughts or feelings they need to sort out?

2. Why does each conflict occur?

3. What are some ways each conflict could be resolved?

4. What is a way that the significant conflict of Rome being banished and Juliet being engaged to Paris could be resolved?

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