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16 July, 10:50

How does the language, rhyme, and rhythm of the Prince's speech contrast with the dialogue of Gregory and Sampson?

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  1. 16 July, 12:14
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    In Romeo and Juliet, the Prince's speech states that anymore fighting between the two families will result in death. The Prince uses peaceful language and tries to be calm while conveying his message. As for Gregory and Sampson they want to fight and are only waiting for someone else to start the fight so they will not be punished. They also argue with each other and change their minds once they see who they will actually be fighting.
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