b. build interest about what happens in the story.
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Build interest about what happens in the story.
The exact year when William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet is not known but all what is known about that is, that it is one among the earliest works from the personified writer. Romeo and Juliet is one of the two tragedies which were written by Shakespeare during the period of 1590 to 1595. Plot of Romeo and Juliet was based on the 14TH -century Italian short story which was written by Matteo Bandello and when Shakespeare wrote it, he added the fashionable elements as well as, certain new characters were introduced and sensational scenes were added.
The given excerpt of the prologue is from act 5 of the story. It tells about what the audience can expect in the upcoming parts of the story and this scene was written in such a way that it was able to built interest of the audience of what was about to come.
1. Which convention of the epic genre is employed in Beowulf?
2. How do images or word pictures help you experience a scene in the excerpt the day of destiny?
Grade: High School
Chapter: Romeo and Juliet
Keywords: Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, Writer, Tragedy, Matteo Bandello, Characters, elements, fashionable, readers, interest.
build interest about what happens in the story. This is the correct answer.
The choir introduces the readers to the story. The reader can put these questions to himself / herself : What will make the two households get together?; if the two families are dignified, Why will they feel hatred and Why will they fight?; Why will they get to the point of killing someone? These questions may be answered through the play.
These options are not right:
-describe the children of the families ( The households' feelings are mentioned).
-detail the part of Verona where the action takes place. ( This is part of the setting).
-foreshadow who dies at the end of the story.( There will be tragic deaths but they do not say who will die).
In this excerpt from the prologue of "Romeo and Juliet", by William Shakespeare, in addition to introducing two families in the play, this excerpt helps build interest about what happens in the story. The prologue, told by the Chorus, describes the city where the story takes place. It also tells us about an ancient grudge between two households, and how their hands are stained with blood.
The answer is B. Build interest about what happens in the story.