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I tried my best to take on the mind set of Juliet PG for suggestions of suicide. Thanks for checking out my little story. In quotations i have added the scene number which juliet is speaking of. I was inspired by my school assignment, in fact, this is the finished product.
I would appreciate any comments you have on it, and any suggesstions on how i can make it better. Sunday, July 17 1. It is the fault of my family, the Capulets and the villains of Montague. The Prince grows weary of our feud and has banned such public dueling on penalty of death!
I pray my cousins and kinsmen can keep their tempers and be noble enough to stay their swords at the sight of any Montague, I do not wish to lose one of them.
I may worry for their safety dueling, but I know they can out fight our enemies well. I fear though for their safety should they win and be caught by the authorities.
When our feud is so publicly announced I feel nearly embarrassed to be a member of the house of Capulet, so violent and hateful we must seem to the public. However, I am most often proud. My family is of good breeding and reputation. I am happy to say my name is Juliet Capulet.
I am only thirteen, although I will be fourteen soon. He wishes me to find love in marriage when I am sixteen or so. Although, mother and father do seem to be quite taken with the idea of my marriage to Lord Paris, as he seems to be quite taken with me.
I know very little of him, and I am a bit cautious to jump into such a marriage.
To reassure them though, I have agreed to consider him as a husband. I think he would make quite nice one, although he does not know me well I do not doubt that we would get along well together. I am very excited! Nurse and Mother have been in such a fuss about Paris being at our party tonight.
They are eager to see a relationship between the two of us blossom I think. I feel almost trapped into this now, but it is all for the best I know. Paris is a man of good breeding and high standards and he is also very handsome.
I can do my family justice, and make them proud by marrying such a man. How else can I do great good and bring honor to my family? I must be off to get ready for this masquerade.
I shall write more of what transpires throughout the night. So handsome, deep and caring eyes, tall and beautiful. Oh, I was in love instantly! He spoke to me in such a romantic way. I remember it so clearly. He spotted me as I saw him across the room.
He approached me and we made our way through the crowd of masqueraders into the gardens. The things he said captured my heart, although from him I must admit, he had my heart before he moved his beautiful lips. A favoring glance from him can make me giddy.Anne Perry (born 28 October as Juliet Marion Hulme), is an English author of historical detective regardbouddhiste.com was convicted of participating in the murder of her friend's mother in She changed her name after serving her sentence.
Written Task 2 Anushka Rajbhandari Ms. Rubeena Shrestha English A: Language and Literature Date: 6th May Rationale Title: My Diary Are of Communication and Type of Text: Diary Entry The recent improvement in mass media and technology has brought a drastic change in the society.
People’s perception of life is being influenced constantly and with it the representation of teenagers in movies . - Teenager's Love Life Written as a Diary Entry I wrote a short story for a teenage magazine aimed at girls of approximately 14 years of age.
This story would relate to teenagers and may even advise in certain situations. It is a short story about a teenager’s love life written as a diary entry. Romeo The play “Romeo and Juliet,” is written by famous British playwright William Shakespeare. It begins with a large fight between the Capulets and Montegues in Verona, Italy.
Two individuals, Romeo Montegue and Juliet Capulet go through struggles in order to be together. A diary entry written by juliet after romeo's banishment from Verona.
Essay by miss_evill, October download word file, 2 pages download word file, 2 pages 6 votes 2 reviews/5(2). Background. First published in , The Pill versus the Springhill Mine Disaster, a collection of ninety-eight poems, was Brautigan's fifth collection of poetry, his seventh published poetry book.
Dedication. This book is for Miss Marcia Pacaud of Montreal, Canada. Several poems in this collection were dedicated to Marcia Pacaud..