"Very tragical mirth:" Romeo and Pyramus, Juliet and Thisbe
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Students analyze and compare the poetic tools Shakespeare uses in the death scenes of Romeo and Juliet to those of Pyramus and Thisbe in Midsummer Night's Dream.
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