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Romeo and Juliet Allusion~

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maice williams

on 26 April 2014

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Transcript of Romeo and Juliet Allusion~

Research
Cleopatra was an important figure in history for her bravery to save her kingdom. Cleopatra killed herself by getting a asp snake to bite her, just so she didn't have to marry Ceaser Augustus. Cleopatra always put everyone's safety in front of hers including her children, Alexander Helios, Ceasarion, Cleopatra Selene, and Ptolemy Philadelphus.
Analysis
Shakespeare used this allusions to emphasize the no back down feature Romeo and his friends had.
Work Cited
Romeo and Juliet Allusion~
Location In Play
The Allusion occurs in Act II, Scene 4, Line 38. Romeo enters on Mercutio and Benvolios conversation about him. And about how Romeo looks sad, and abandoned.
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