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Essay | Romeo and Juliet's Beautiful Love

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Romeo and Juliet's Beautiful Love

Summary: Essay describes how Romeo and Juliet's love is not genuine; their "love" lies not in their hearts, rather in their eyes.


Romeo and Juliet's love is not genuine; their `love' lies not in their hearts, rather in their eyes. Romeo and Juliet's `love' is said to be love at first sight. "Did my heart love til now? Foreswear it sight, For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night." (I,iiii,165-166). In these lines, Romeo is expressing how his heart never saw anything so beautiful. His heart never loved such beauty, that of Juliet's. Romeo so soon forgot about Rosaline, young-lady Romeo was in `love' with; as soon as he saw someone more beautiful, Juliet. Friar Laurence, "So soon forsaken? Young men's love then lies/ Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes." (II,ii,67-68). The Friar is telling Romeo his `love' for Juliet, is from the simple infatuation, inspired by the sight of beauty, not from the heart.

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