Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo and Juliet: Love Vs. Hate

This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Romeo and Juliet.
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Romeo and Juliet: Love Vs. Hate

Summary: Discusses if "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare is a play that tells more about love than hate.
Romeo and Juliet, I think, is a play that tells us equally about both love and hate. Many people, when they hear "Romeo and Juliet", immediately assume that it is the greatest love story ever, and all there is to it is love. The idea of it being the greatest love story ever is just mere opinion, but it is not all to do with love, as hate also plays a very large part in the play. In fact it is hate that `runs' the story, and which shows the true sides of all the characters in the play, and triggers them to do unusual things.

The hatred between the Capulet and Montague families, as well as other disorders, all occur during the day, whereas all the important love scenes occur during the night, away from daylight. The night symbolises hatred, as night is...

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