William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet

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Love by definition is an intense feeling of deep affection. Love is greatly shown in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. It was love at first sight with Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. Meeting at a party and falling in love to get married without even spending quality time with each other. Romeo and Juliet couldn 't tell there parents because the Capulets and Montagues are long term rivals. Both Romeo and Juliet had to find different ways and excuses to make this marriage work. A big problem was developed. Romeo kills Juliet 's cousin and is banished from Mantua. Juliet 's problem was that her family wanted her to marry Paris in which her family thought was the one. Juliet makes a poor decision in which it wasn 't successful in the end. The theme of the Play Romeo and Juliet is that if you really love someone it can think yourself into bad decisions. No matter what obstacles are in the way you will find a way to be with the love of your life. And that is what both Romeo and Juliet show the readers in the story.

The Theme of the play Romeo and Juliet is that love can sometimes think yourself into bad decisions if you really love that one particular person. Love can be overpowering for the mind and that is what happens to Romeo and Juliet. One way that love overtook Juliet mind of thinking was that she wanted to fake her death. “Take thou this vial” “Give me, give me ! O, tell not me fear” (Shakespeare 183). Romeo has been kicked out of Mantua because he…
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