Context for 'Romeo and Juliet'?

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Is there any advanced context that I could use for Romeo and Juliet GCSE. Something that is more in-depth
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Hi! I may be late replying but I hope these help (i'm not sure if they're advanced but they are good to include): Shakespeare wrote during the 14th - 17th centuries (during the Renaissance period) where emotions and expressions were being explored more and being less restricted compared to previous centuries, Romeo and Juliet was thought to have been written in the late 1500s (which could symbolise the exploration) ||| Themes of Petrachan lovers ||| General Elizabethan England context (e.g roles of women, society/honour/classes etc).
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