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during the novel of Romeo & Juliet there are three scenes that occur in public places that has to do with the violence between the families. The violence between this two families helps todrive the action forward. 
The first, third and fourth act of the play takes place in a public places in Verona. At the beginning there is a fight between the two families. This scene is filled withviolence and fights of words and swords, a lot of drama and embarrassment at the end. And in the third act there is also a lot of violence and death.
The second and fifth act takes place in theCapulet's orchard and where Romeo and Juliet profess their love. The churchyard is full of gravestones that mark the dreary landscape. This scenes are most about love, there is also a lot of things to hideand everybody is worried so this creates tension and there is also a violence scene, a fight of words and swords over Juliet’s love; it’s fitting that the lovers should take their lives in thechurchyard, among the dead.

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William Shakespeare was a playwright, poet and English actor. is considered the most important writer in the English language and one of the mostcelebrated of the universal literature.
Over time, there has been much speculation about his life, questioning his sexuality, religion and even its authorship in their works.
He was born in Stratford in1564, was the third of eight children born to John Shakespeare, a prosperous merchant who was achieving a good position in the municipality and Mary Arden who was descended from an old family, he wasbaptized in Stratford-Upon-Avon April 26, 1564, and died on 23 April 1616, just before turning 52.
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▪ King Henry V - play by William Shakespeare
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