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How is Romeo portrayed when we first learn of him in Act I, and what does his behavior signify about his character?
Romeo is upset about the feud, and this shows his bravery to stand up against it.
Romeo is complaining about Rosaline, and this shows his lack of gratitude for his friends.
Romeo is sulking and depressed, and this shows his exaggerated view of heartache.
Romeo is fighting with Tybalt, and this shows his tumultuous rivalry with the Capulets.
Romeo is confiding in Benvolio, and this shows his affable and open personality.