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About this Project

Your assignment is to write a research paper in response to your study of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Some possible themes / topics include:

  •  feuds / hostility – their/its effect on  innocent individuals
  •  parent/ child  relationships- 16th century norms
  •  the role of women in 16th century Europe / arranged marriages
  •  ill-fated love -  astrology and its use in Elizabethan England
  •  deception and its consequences
  •  tragic flaw- the impulsiveness of Romeo and Juliet
  •  the use of light/ dark imagery 
 

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Mrs. Thomas
Director of Library and Media Services
Bishop Stang High School
500 Slocum Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747

Phone: 508-996-5602 ex. 456
Email: jthomas@bishopstang.com

Mrs. Lane
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Bishop Stang High School
500 Slocum Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747

Phone: 508-996-5602 ex. 112
Email: slane@bishopstang.com

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