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The Discovering Literature: Shakespeare & Renaissance and more1

The Discovering Literature: Shakespeare & Renaissance and more1 How exactly does Shakespeare present Tybalt here and when you look at the remaining portion of the play? Interestingly, Shakespeare presents Tybalt as uncharacteristically wary in this scene. This might be despite being founded as hot-tempered and confrontational in Act 1, Scene 1’s brawl, and through his rage that is choleric when from challenging Romeo during the ball. He now addresses Benvolio (whom he earlier in the day threatened to murder), Mercutio while the Montagues as ‘Gentlemen’ Continue