Romeo and Juliet Essay | Human Nature in "Romeo and Juliet"

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Human Nature in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: This essay shows how human nature(greed, deception, selfishness) plays a role in "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare.
Human beings are capable of many things. They can be incredibly nice and generous, but they can also be very greedy, selfish, and deceptive. Everyone is capable of this behavior in one form or another, and in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare demonstrates how even the kindest person can be deceiving to a lot of people or how money can make people do almost anything.

Sometimes people you would least suspect can be the most deceiving. Juliet is a perfect example of this. She is a good daughter, and is thought to be a genuine, honest person. However, most people don't know that she has married Romeo while still pretending that she is going to marry Paris like her parents want her to. The Nurse is another example. As Lady Capulet's servant, she is not supposed to keep any secrets from her, especially if...

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