The Impulsive Actions Of Romeo And Juliet

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The Impulsive Actions of Romeo & Juliet The play Romeo & Juliet takes place in Verona, Italy and is written by the playwright William Shakespeare. The story describes the love of Romeo and Juliet, who are from the Montague and Capulet families respectively. Unfortunately, the Montague and Capulet families are in a family feud and completely despise one another. However, Romeo and Juliet are still determined to be with each other and decide to secretly marry with the help of Friar Lawrence and Juliet’s nurse. An unexpected street fight results in the banishment of Romeo from Verona, just hours after his wedding ceremony. Juliet is then suddenly forced by her parents to marry someone else by the name of Paris. At a loss of what to do, Juliet seeks the aid of Friar Lawrence, who develops an extremely detailed and risky plan in order to reunite her with Romeo in Mantua. Not everything goes according to this plan though, and the ending is a horrible catastrophe because of Romeo’s quick and rash actions. Therefore, hasty and reckless actions made based on one’s emotions can lead to tragedy. From the very beginning, Romeo acts quickly without much of a second thought on his emotions; had he done otherwise, the entire tragedy would have been prevented. Romeo is just about to enter the Capulets’ party, when he hesitates for a moment. He gets a sudden feeling that there may be a fatal consequence if he crashes the party. However, he quickly pushes that feeling aside as he believes
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