Romeo And Juliet, need help and FAST!! plz

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evilfairy666
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heya people, I need an Essay on the theme of Love and Hate on Romeo And Juliet, Would very much appreciate it, I've missed soooooooo much school, so anything you can help me with i would be greatful...BIG TIME!!! I think it's for GCSE coursework. I dont have a clue what I'm doing, so anythin at all you can help me with.
Luv evilfairy666 xxxxxx :confused: :eek:
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(Original post by evilfairy666)
heya people, I need an Essay on the theme of Love and Hate on Romeo And Juliet, Would very much appreciate it, I've missed soooooooo much school, so anything you can help me with i would be greatful...BIG TIME!!! I think it's for GCSE coursework. I dont have a clue what I'm doing, so anythin at all you can help me with.
Luv evilfairy666 xxxxxx :confused: :eek:
well im afraid you won't be given a free essay on this site-there are other places for that. if you're going to write it, have a look at revision sites and note sites such as spark notes etc. (search 'romeo and juliet notes' in google.co.uk)
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(Original post by evilfairy666)
heya people, I need an Essay on the theme of Love and Hate on Romeo And Juliet, Would very much appreciate it, I've missed soooooooo much school, so anything you can help me with i would be greatful...BIG TIME!!! I think it's for GCSE coursework. I dont have a clue what I'm doing, so anythin at all you can help me with.
Luv evilfairy666 xxxxxx :confused: :eek:

I did that essay... I got an A *looks proud*... I can't remember anything about it though :confused:
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try a coursework site. try 'free coursework' on google.
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Have you even read the script, because I'd be willing to give you a quick summary if you haven't.
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I did that essay... I got an A *looks proud*... I can't remember anything about it though :confused:
I got an A* *looks prouder*
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I got an A* *looks prouder*
I got 100% and top five in the country *looks proudest*
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I got 100% and top five in the country *looks proudest*
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I got an A* *looks prouder*
Grrrrr.... Although considering English for me is one of my worst subjects (along with physics, maths, and German) I think I did quite well!

*continues looking proud*
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i think english is me worse subject. so borin, either maths or GCSE PE is me favourite
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I got 100% and top five in the country *looks proudest*
I'm on 95% in the coursework and I got 92% in the mock, and all this with a rather crappy teacher (well at least she was crap doing coursework as she often forgot about it).
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
I'm on 95% in the coursework and I got 92% in the mock, and all this with a rather crappy teacher (well at least she was crap doing coursework as she often forgot about it).
*cough* I didn't ever go to lessons *cough*

Anyway, I can't remember Romeo and Juliet very well! :rolleyes:
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i got 100% in my english AS exams last year -still feeling v.proud and amazed. sorry. had to drop it in. i shall say no more about it.
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Anyway, Romeo and Juliet:

Guy loves gal, gal loves guy (meet at party)
Families feuding
Guy kills bloke after bloke kills dude
Guy banished
Friar gives gal secret potion
Gal takes potion, family think gal is dead
Friar sends other friar to tell guy about gal
Other friar delayed, guy thinks gal is dead
Guy finds gal's tomb, kills self
Gal wakes up, kills self
Everyone sad.
The End

And that's how to summarise one of Shakespeare's most famous works into 11 short lines.
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I think Shakespeare did alright with his own 11-line summary:

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.
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes
A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life;
Whole misadventured piteous overthrows
Do with their death bury their parents' strife.
The fearful passage of their death-mark'd love,
And the continuance of their parents' rage,
Which, but their children's end, nought could remove,
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(Original post by Fleff)
I did that essay... I got an A *looks proud*... I can't remember anything about it though :confused:
*snap* What a fun game this is. I've got it at home (the rough copy) but I shall not give it to the thread starter
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
Anyway, Romeo and Juliet:

Guy loves gal, gal loves guy (meet at party)
Families feuding
Guy kills bloke after bloke kills dude
Guy banished
Friar gives gal secret potion
Gal takes potion, family think gal is dead
Friar sends other friar to tell guy about gal
Other friar delayed, guy thinks gal is dead
Guy finds gal's tomb, kills self
Gal wakes up, kills self
Everyone sad.
The End

And that's how to summarise one of Shakespeare's most famous works into 11 short lines.
Well done. Full marks for your summarising ability
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I think Shakespeare did alright with his own 11-line summary:

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.
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes
A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life;
Whole misadventured piteous overthrows
Do with their death bury their parents' strife.
The fearful passage of their death-mark'd love,
And the continuance of their parents' rage,
Which, but their children's end, nought could remove,
Not bad, both mine and his can serve a purpose.
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(Original post by happysunshine)
*snap* What a fun game this is. I've got it at home (the rough copy) but I shall not give it to the thread starter
I've got it on the computer I'm using at the moment :eek: but likewise, not giving it to thread starter. It's mine, all mine!!
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
Not bad, both mine and his can serve a purpose.
Perhaps you could decode all of Shakespeare This Shakespeare bloke seems to make it all too complicated!

*stares at Winter's Tale aimlessly*
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