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  • Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    iambs. In his story “Romeo and Juliet” William Shakespeare profundity style of blank verse was very strong, by telling a story consisting of different versions of love he showed his adept ability. Romeo and Juliet having different families, and different problems, allowed for shakespeare's to demonstrate many types of love. Which then the audience could analyze and compare the differences between them, and possibly finding a relatability with the character’s feelings of love. Furthermore Shakespeare's

  • Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    valuable lessons. Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare in the 1590s, has been studied throughout generations because it teaches its readers a lesson about love, infatuation, and tragedy. Several couples in this tale, Romeo and Rosaline, Paris and Juliet, and Romeo and Juliet all encounter issues with their relationships. This play is a prime example of unending devotion. A young reader can take many lessons away from this tragedy. The love that occurred between Romeo and Rosaline is nothing

  • Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    fast” (2.3.101). Friar Lawrence says this line to Romeo, advising him to not rush his actions, and furthermore, his love. However, the story of Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, is full of Romeo and Juliet rushing their decisions and making rash choices that ultimately lead to their death. Romeo and Juliet is set in Verona, where two influential families, the Montagues and Capulets, feud against each other. Romeo, a Montague, falls in love with Juliet, a Capulet, during a party, and they hastily

  • Romeo And Juliet Not In Love

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    timeless tale of romeo and juliet, Two young lovers from feuding families have a whirlwind love affair. they meet at a party, flirt and secretly marry in the time period of a day. hours later they are separated, and desperate attempt to be together, they miscommunicate their escape plan and end up killing themselves because they can not live without each other. I believe there relationship is infatuation because you can not fall in love how fast they did. Although many people will see romeo and juliet's

  • Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    Love is a powerful thing and can be viewed in many different ways. This is expressed in the tragedy of Romeo of Juliet written by William Shakespeare. This is the tragedy of two lovers who struggle to find ease in their life as they are in two opposing families. In the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the major characters have very different views of love that they use to their advantage. Lord Capulet sets Juliet up with Paris for marriage which shows that he has trouble understanding

  • Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    Romeo and Juliet (Rough Draft) “Above all hold unfailing your love for one another, since love covers a multitude of sins.”(1 Peter 4:8). Authors speak often of love, from this quote in the book of 1 Peter in the Holy Bible, to Juliet’s words to Romeo in Act II, Scene II, “My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep; the more I give to thee, the more I have, for both are infinite.”(Shakespeare p.40). Juliet’s words have probably inspired many young men and women with material to use

  • Romeo And Juliet's Love

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    Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a play written about love. Romeo is a young man living in the House of Montague. Juliet is a 13 year old female, which lives in the House of Capulet. Between these two households, three brawls have occurred. These two young lovers then meet at the house of Capulet’s party, that Romeo and his men snuck into. Instantly, Romeo and Juliet fall in love. Romeo and Juliet’s love may have happened quickly, however the love Romeo and Juliet share is very genuine

  • Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare has been a world famous play for years. Romeo and Juliet are known as star-crossed lovers by the public eye. The play is about two young adults that are part of two families who have a rivalry. Romeo and Juliet meet at a party and instantly believe they are in love. Their love is forbidden, but they claim it is too strong to be broken. The next day a secret wedding takes place Shortly after the wedding, Romeo kills Juliet's cousin and is banished from their

  • Romeo And Juliet Love

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    Romeo and Juliet was written by Shakespeare in 1594-1595. he wrote the story in his early career.Shakespeare was an english poet, actor, and playwright.He wrote Romeo and Juliet it is about the feud between two families; the Capulet and Montague.The play is also about Romeo and Juliet which he meant to represent love in a different ways.As there is; there is another view of love other than the love between Romeo and Juliet; there is the love between family and friends.Juliet whom supposed to be sixteen

  • Romeo and Juliet's Love

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    Romeo and Juliet’s love was doomed from the start. Juliet’s lust for power ( That's a very interesting idea. I only thought she had the boy-girl kind of lust. ) was destined to destroy her relations with Romeo.  Capulet forces (betroths) Juliet to marry Count Paris, a man she does not love.  When she refuses to marry him, Capulet threatens his daughter and says, “…get thee to church o' Thursday, or never after look me in the face”. This causes Juliet to take her own actions against his (her?)  father’s