This is an exemplar Romeo and Juliet essay, at GCSE standard, based upon the AQA English Literature June 2017 exam question. The essay analyses aggressive male behaviour in the play. The Romeo and Juliet essay has been well structured and achieved full marks. The Romeo and Juliet essay was written by a student (aged 16) in exam conditions.
Romeo and Juliet has always been known as one of Shakespeare’s most popular and tragic love story plays. It is known for its dramatic ending love scene and tale of twisted fate. This essay is based upon the pathos of the last scene of Romeo and Juliet. Pathos is a quality that arouses emotions such as pity, sympathy or despair. This is therefore why the essay is based upon the last scene as.