I also wrote about individual character's attitudes towards violence such as Romeo and how he was more inclined to go with heart than head.
There wasn't much to pick up on in the extract, but I just related it to context and how the start would please a Shakespearian audience.
Remembering some quotes will certainly help, but these can even be individual words. Start by making a mind-map of every part of the play that links to conflict.
Romeo and Juliet is the most recognizable love tragedy written by William Shakespeare. The plot of this Romeo and Juliet tragic art play is based on Old Italian tale translated into English in the sixteenth century.
Light in its various forms recurrs throughout the play. How does the author use light to describe the characters and the changes they undergo? As the Friar picks his herbs, he tells us that nature's tomb is also her womb and that what dies gives birth to new life. The first Prologue describes Romeo and Juliet as, "A pair of star-cross'd lovers." Examine the way Shakespeare uses cosmic imagery in the play to emphasize the connection between Romeo and Juliet and their tragic deaths. Shakespeare makes the plot of rely on the delivery of crucial messages.
For each question, you will be given an extract and be asked to discuss the extract and the whole text.A series of mock questions for AQA English Literature, Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare.I've endeavoured to make one question per scene, with more for the longer/more important scenes. You could be asked about a key theme, a particular character, or a mixture of both.33 questions and 1 template: what more could you want.You could be asked about fate, love, violence, Tybalt, Juliet, Friar Laurence. The good news is, you will always have an extract to start from.So, a large part of your answer can include analysing this extract and exploring the extract in relation to the question.I dunno, but I couldn't really think of any other examples of aggression after Act 3 apart from Romeo's fight with Paris, but I didn't remember any quotes for it. I said a similar thing, how they were aggressive towards women and their attitudes towards sex. I had a mental breakdown at the Unseen Poetry questions, I thought that both the unseen poems were too challenging... I had a mental breakdown at the Unseen Poetry questions, I thought that both the unseen poems were too challenging...I also wrote about Capulet threatening Juliet and how he uses his male aggression to gain control and authority over her. shame, Unseen Poetry is the only part of English I can do... shame, Unseen Poetry is the only part of English I can do...AQA, next time do your research before writing an exam paper. they asked how Shakespeare presented men as aggressive... The feuds were what people in the Shakespearean era do anyway, it had nothing to do with men being aggressive, it was to do with defending the family name.AQA, next time do your research before writing an exam paper.