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Essay | Romeo and Juliet: Tragedy of True Love

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Romeo and Juliet.
This section contains 407 words
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Romeo and Juliet: Tragedy of True Love

Summary: How William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, is a tragedy of true love at first sight.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy and it is all from the young forbidden love of two people, Romeo and Juliet.  But of course, the couple could not be allowed to be together because of the family rivalry.  But the two kept insisting that they be together. This is a story of love at first sight.  Even though their respective families are arch-enemies they should still be allowed to enjoy life with each other.  

Romeo was not new at the dating game, but he was still very inexperienced at love and immature.  He originated, in this play, with a broken heart for his old love, Rosaline.  Until the day came, in which he met sweet Juliet, he was very disappointed about Rosaline.  His friends Mercutio and Benvolio tried to keep young Romeo's mind away from that...

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This section contains 407 words
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