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Romeo and Juliet 8 Sentence Paragraph and Thesis Statements

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Romeo and Juliet Essay and Problematic Thesis Statements Problematic Thesis Statements 3. The thesis of this paper is that it is difficult to solve our environmental problems.
-Solving our environmental problems is more difficult then many people think.

6. Smoking damages the body.
-People are poisoning their own body with nasty chemicals just to smoke a cigarette each day.


Thesis Statement 1. Romeo expresses traits of a Tragic Figure through the conversations he has with the many characters. Topic Sentence 2. Romeo shows many emotions that proves he endures uncommon suffering. Concrete Detail 3. "There is no world without Verona walls but purgatory, torture, hell itself. Hence 'banished' is banished from the world, and world is exilc is death. Then 'banishment' is death misterm'd" is what Romeo says on lines 63-64 in act 3 scene 3. Topic Sentence 2 4. Romeo shows how he is a mighty figure with the things he does for other characters. Conclusion 8. In conclusion, Romeo shows many emotions that proves he endures uncommon suffering, actions that prove he is a mighty figure, and conversations that prove he recognizes the consequences of his actions. Concrete Detail 2 5. "O, I am slain! If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet." is what Paris says on lines 72-73 in act 5 scene 3 after Romeo had won the fight and he was dying. Topic Sentence 3 6. Romeo has conversations with other characters that proves he recognizes the consequences of his actions. Concrete Detail 3 "I must indeed, and therefore came I hither. Good gentle youth, tempt not a desp'rate man. Fly hence and leave me. Think upon these gone; let them affright thee." is what Romeo said to Bathasar on lines 58-61 in act 5 scene 3 before he went into juliets tomb to kill himself. Romeo and Juliet Outline Thesis Statement Romeo expresses traits of a Tragic Figure through the conversations he has with the many characters. Topic Sentence 1 Romeo shows many emotions that proves he endures uncommon suffering.

"There is no world without Verona walls but purgatory, torture, hell itself. Hence 'banished' is banished from the world, and world is exilc is death. Then 'banishment' is death misterm'd" is what Romeo says on lines 63-64 in act 3 scene 3.

In my opiniom Romeo says those things because he thinks he is in love with juliet and that a life without her is a life not worth living. This shows that he endures ucommon suffering because he was banished from the city and would never see Juliet again.

"Well, Juliet, I will lie with thee tonight. Let's see for means. O mischief, thou art swift to enter in the thoughts of a desperate man" is another thing that Romeo says on lines 34-36 of act 5 scene 1.

I think that Romeo is saying how he will find a way to lay with Juliet that night, by finding a way to kill himself for it. This also proves that he endures uncommon suffering because he says that he has to kill himself to be with Juliet once again, but he doesnt know that she isnt really dead. Topic Sentence 2 Romeo shows how he is a mighty figure with the things he does and the things others say about him.

"O, I am slain! If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet." is what Paris says on lines 72-73 in act 5 scene 3 after Romeo had won the fight and Paris was dying.

Romeo killed Paris to protect his secret and to be with Juliet for one last time before he killed himself, showing that he was mighty enough to do anything to be with Juliet.

"Content thee, gentle coz let him alone. He bears him like portly gentleman, and, to say truth, verona brags of him to be a virtuous and well-goverened youth. I would not for the wealth of all the town here in my house do him disparagement." is what Lord Capulet says in Act 1 Scene 5 lines 63-68.

The things that Romeos enemy says about him proves that all of the town knows and respects him, which means that he is Mightier then most people. Topic Sentence 3 Romeo has conversations with other characters that proves he recognizes the consequences of his actions.

"I must indeed, and therefore came I hither. Good gentle youth, tempt not a desp'rate man. Fly hence and leave me. Think upon these gone; let them affright thee." is what Romeo said to Bathasar on lines 58-61 in act 5 scene 3 before he went into juliets tomb.

In my opinion Romeo is stating that Bathasar needs to leave him and not return to Juliets tomb because he didn't want hin to see him kill himself and he didn't want him to try to stop him form doing it. This also shows that he recognizes the consequences of his actions because he realizes that he must kill himself to do what he thinks is "right".

"Hold, there is forty ducats. Let me have a dram of poison, such soon-speeding gear as will disperse itself through all the veins that the life-weary taker may fall dead, and that the trunk may be discharged of breath as violently as hasty powder fired doth hurry from the fatal cannon's womb." is what Romeo says to the Apothecary in Act 5 Scene 1 lines 59-65.

This shows that he recognizes the consequences of his actions because he goes to buy poison to kill himself and be with Juliet, which is the consequence for falling in love and getting married to juliet. In conclusion, Romeo shows many emotions that proves he endures uncommon suffering. There are actions that prove he is a mighty figure and conversations that prove he recognizes the consequences of his actions. Conclusion Romeo and Juliet essay Thesis Paragraph William Shakespears play Romeo and Juliet is a Tragic Story in many ways. One way that proves it is a Tragic Story is because the main character (Romeo) is a Tragic Figure. Romeo expresses traits of a Tragic Figure through the conversations he has with the many characters. Body Paragraph 1 Futhermore, Romeo shows many emotions that proves he endures uncommon suffering. "There is no world without Verona walls but purgatory, torture, hell itself. Hence 'banished' is banished from the world, and world is exilc is death. Then 'banishment' is death misterm'd" is what Romeo says on lines 63-64 in act 3 scene 3. In my opiniom Romeo says those things because he thinks he is in love with juliet and that a life without her is a life not worth living. This shows that he endures ucommon suffering because he was banished from the city and would never see Juliet again. "Well, Juliet, I will lie with thee tonight. Let's see for means. O mischief, thou art swift to enter in the thoughts of a desperate man" is another thing that Romeo says on lines 34-36 of act 5 scene 1. I think that Romeo is saying how he will find a way to lay with Juliet that night, by finding a way to kill himself for it. This also proves that he endures uncommon suffering because he says that he has to kill himself to be with Juliet once again, but he doesnt know that she isnt really dead. The many emotions Romeo shows in this play prove that he endures uncommon suffering thoroughout his short lived life. Body Paragraph 2 In addition, Romeo shows how he is a mighty figure with the things he does and the things others say about him. "O, I am slain! If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet." is what Paris says on lines 72-73 in act 5 scene 3 after Romeo had won the fight and Paris was dying. Romeo killed Paris to protect his secret and to be with Juliet for one last time before he killed himself, showing that he was mighty enough to do anything to be with Juliet. It takes a lot for somebody to kill someone else, which means you would probably have to be Mighty enough and have a good enough reason to be able to kill somebody. "Content thee, gentle coz let him alone. He bears him like portly gentleman, and, to say truth, verona brags of him to be a virtuous and well-goverened youth. I would not for the wealth of all the town here in my house do him disparagement." is what Lord Capulet says in Act 1 Scene 5 lines 63-68.The things that Romeos enemy says about him proves that all of the town knows and respects him. If you are well known then that usually means that you are a mighty figure, kind of like a Prince or King or President. Romeo should be considered a mighty figure for many reasons, but mainly because of the things he does and the things others say about him through the play. Body Paragraph 3 Additionally, Romeo has conversations with other characters that proves he recognizes the consequences of his actions. "I must indeed, and therefore came I hither. Good gentle youth, tempt not a desp'rate man. Fly hence and leave me. Think upon these gone; let them affright thee." is what Romeo said to Bathasar on lines 58-61 in act 5 scene 3 before he went into juliets tomb. In my opinion Romeo is stating that Bathasar needs to leave him and not return to Juliets tomb because he didn't want hin to see him kill himself and he didn't want him to try to stop him form doing it. This also shows that he recognizes the consequences of his actions because he realizes that he must kill himself to do what he thinks is "right". "Hold, there is forty ducats. Let me have a dram of poison, such soon-speeding gear as will disperse itself through all the veins that the life-weary taker may fall dead, and that the trunk may be discharged of breath as violently as hasty powder fired doth hurry from the fatal cannon's womb." is what Romeo says to the Apothecary in Act 5 Scene 1 lines 59-65. This shows that he recognizes the consequences of his actions because he goes to buy poison to kill himself and be with Juliet, which is the consequence for falling in love and getting married to juliet. He didn't HAVE to kill himslef, but in his mind he could not live without Juliet, so the consequence of falling in love with her was killing himself for her. Conclusion In conclusion, Romeo shows many emotions that proves he endures uncommon suffering. There are actions that prove he is a mighty figure, emotions that prove he endures uncommon suffering, and conversations that prove he recognizes the consequences of his actions. This play had many reasons to be considered a Tragic Story and all of them can be backed up with information. It was a great story that enobles and enlarges us along the way.
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