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Who are the main characters in theis scene?
Tybalt, Mercutio, Romeo.
Why did 2 have to die?
It was a huge turning point in the play
But it was done in a humouring way, (Mercution still humoring people[grave man]) because the main death scene (R+J) was yet to come.
What roles do these characters have?
The make the scene the dramatic turning point that it is becaue they are 2 very different and contrasting characters...
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Throughout his parts in the play he is always boisterous and an angry man.
Romeo is usually quite a nice character up till this scene but here he becomes angry and fiery especially when he is chasing Tybalt.
Mercutio has been a jokey and humoring character throughout the play untill now where he becomes more serious...
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