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    can someone help me out on this question, explore the ways Shakespeare and Golding presents troubled communities in Romeo and Juliet and the lord of the flies.
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    can someone help me out on this question, explore the ways Shakespeare and Golding presents troubled communities in Romeo and Juliet and the lord of the flies.
    Never read Lord of the Flies.

    Romeo and Juliet is quite simple: the troubled communities are between the Capulets and the Montogues. If you've read the whole play, or at least past act 3, you can use act 3, the fight scene to demonstrate how troubled the two families are.
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    oh sorry for the late reply, but thanksss !
 
 
 
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