# What does day symbolize with Romeo and Juliet the play?

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day symbolizes hatred and fighting because all the fights happen during the day and Romeo and Juliet can't be together during day.
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# How many days is the play Romeo and Juliet?

It's about a week, like 5 days. The play starts on Sunday and ends on Friday morning.

# Who plays Romeo in Romeo and Juliet?

Leonard Whiting plays Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Leonardo DiCaprio played him in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. He has also been played on film

# Who played Romeo in Romeo and Juliet?

Leonard Whiting plays Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Leonardo DiCaprio played him in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. He has also been played on film

# Who played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet?

Olivia Hussey plays Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Claire Danes played her in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. She has also been played on film by No

# What happens on each day of the romeo and Juliet play?

I just did that. but im too lasy to type it out for you :P

# What does Romeo symbolize in Romeo and Juliet?

\nSymbolize is a loaded word... It means "representd." "\$" represents money, or "MPH" represents "Miles Per Hour," but those are specific and direct things. If I showed you th

# What does night symbolize within the Romeo and Juliet play?

Night symbolizes love because that's the only time Romeo and Juliet can be together.

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# How many days does the Romeo and Juliet play take?

Day 1: All of Act 1, starting with the brawl in the morning and Capulet's feast at night. Day 2: Starting at about midnight in Act 2 Scene 1, up to 9 am by Act 2 Scene 4. B

# What colours are symbolic and linked to the play Romeo and Juliet?

Purple and yellow

# Who is Juliet in the play romeo and Juliet?

The Lead female character, paramour of Romeo.

# Who is Romeo in the play of Romeo and Juliet?

Romeo is the Montague's one and only son (and child at all). He is also the lover/husband of Juliet (the one and only Capulet daughter and child).

# What do stars symbolize in the play Romeo and Juliet?

Stars symbolize a number of things. Primarily, fate, as in "star-crossed lovers", then I defy you stars", "some consequence yet hanging in the stars", or "the yoke of inauspic

# Who played Romeo from Romeo and Juliet?

Considering the fact that this play was written in Elizabethan times, has been performed countless times, and has been adapted to radio drama, movies and tv, the question is l

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# Who is Juliet in the play of Romeo and Juliet?

Juliet is one of the protagonists of 'Romeo and Juliet'. She is the only living child of the Capulet family and at a banquet hosted by her family, she meets and falls in love

# What does red symbolize within the Romeo and Juliet play?

Nothing. Shakespeare does not use the word "red" once. Nor is it an important concept. Compare the word "black" which is used eleven times in the play.