Romeo and Juliet- Act 1 only some of it!!

In the prologue, Shakespeare tells his audience what they are to expect in the play. Why do you suppose Shakespeare choose to use this technique? Shakespeare tells his audience what to expect becuase he wants to hook the readers to ge t them curious and shocked on whats to come.
Where is the play set? Verona, Italy.
Put the following lines into your own words: “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes/a pair of star cross’d lovers take their life;” The children of these harsh enemies are in deep love, but can’t be together and therefore take their life.
What does the term “star-cross’d lovers” suggest? Two lover that can’t be together.
Put these lines into your own words: “Whose misadventur’d piteous overthrows/Doth, with their death, bury their parents’ strife.” Their unfortunate death, puts the feud to an end.
Do you thing this prologue is necessary or unnecessary? Because it’s very hooking. I also think that this shows the reader what they’re in for.
How effective is the law in preventing and controlling violence, as evidence in this science? Because they started a fight either way and moreover, they were acting very childish. It is also slightly effective because it controls it. Once someone comes, it stops.
What are Sampson and Gregory discussing in the first eleven lines of this science? Talking about how much they hate the Montagues and how much they want to fight them.
Who are the two Montagues Gregory and Sampson meet on their way? The Capulets draw their weapons, but what indicates that they are not as grave as they saw they are? Abram and Benvololio . Want Montagues to make first move= not so brace afraid of consequences

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