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"And what love can do, that dares love attempt"

Summary: This is an analysis of humanism in Romeo and Juliet by Shakepseare.
"And what love can do, that dares love attempt" (2:2 68)

Prior to the Renaissance, it was believed that life was sinful and that humans should only be concerned with God and the afterlife (http://people.westministercollege .edu/students/emp0601/final.htm) (n.pag.) During Medieval times in Europe, life was mainly centered around religion. The Catholic Church strongly encouraged people to hold back their emotions, as living a life of pleasure was considered immoral. The medieval community had no place for human desires and personal. This church community greatly affected all of Europe and influenced people to live their lives in accordance to the rules of the church, eventually deciding if the afterlife was to be spent in heaven or hell. Eventually the effects of this stringent lifestyle resulted in the birth of the Renaissance

The Renaissance was the birth...

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