Benvolio and Tybalt (Part 1)
In this lesson, we will explore the characterisation of Benvolio. We will consider Shakespeare's use of flat characterisation, and how he purposefully constructs Benvolio's character in order to create a sense of contrast within the narrative.
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Lesson summary: Benvolio and Tybalt (Part 1)
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