Why Do Romeo And Juliet Have True Love

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In Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the plot of the play is about Romeo and Juliet's love for each other. The first time Romeo and Juliet met, they fell in love at first sight. Romeo and Juliet got married very soon after they met, and many people had the question of if they were truly in love or not, and I believe they were because of the things they would sacrifice for each other, the decisions they make to stay with each other, and their bold actions that they make, like their marriage. In Romeo and Juliet there are many reasons to show that Romeo and Juliet had true love. In the beginning of the play, Romeo is lovesick about a girl named Rosaline, and he thought that nobody would ever change that Romeo though that he would never…show more content…
When Lord Capulet tells Juliet of the news that she will be getting married to Paris in a couple of days, Juliet gets upset and tells him that she will not do it. When Juliet tells this to Lord Capulet, he gets very angry at her and tells her that she is not welcome in the family and that he doesn’t want to see her if she doesn't marry Paris. “I tell thee what-- get thee to church a Thursday Or never after look me in the face (Page 1014).” This quote is from Lord Capulet, and it shows that Juliet would have to sacrifice her family if she didn’t marry Paris. This quote also shows that Juliet loves Romeo so much, she would give her family up for him. For the end of the play, we knew it would end in a tragedy, but we didn’t know how. Juliet, Romeo, and Friar Laurence, had come up with a plan for Romeo and Juliet to be together. The Friar, who was also a very skilled herb mixer, made a remedy that put Juliet in a death-like coma, so that everyone will think she is dead, then, in two days Romeo will go to the grave to be with Juliet when she wakes up. Juliet did not know for sure if this remedy was going to kill her or not, but she knew she would rather die than be separated from Romeo, so she went through with the plan and put herself in the coma. Although the coma plan did work, and Juliet did not die, Romeo went to the grave and thought she was really dead because of a miscommunication, and he drinks poison. When Juliet wakes up from her coma, she sees Romeo there dead and kills herself. In this play, the main plot was about Romeo and Juliet's love for each other. They both did many things showing how much they love one another and what they would do to stay together. Although this play was a tragedy and Romeo and Juliet both end up at their death bed, they died out of love for each
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