Why Is Act 3 Scene 1 Important in Romeo and Juliet?

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Act III, Scene V of Romeo and Juliet is significant and important because it is the most pivotal scene of the tragic play. The scene is a transformation from the romance to an anticipation of a more tragic mood. The consequent events reveal the results of past activities and they begin a series of tragic mix-ups and fatal reactions.
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Act 3, scene one of Romeo and Juliet is important because this is where the play shifts from being a comedy to being a tragedy. It is this scene that Romeo kills Tybalt. In the same scene Juliet contemplates taking poison to pretend that she is dead so that she doesn't marry Paris.
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