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Love in Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado about Nothing

Summary: Explores the theme of love in the William Shakespeare plays, Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing. Describes how each play has a kind of similarity in the way that the lovers' personalities are affected by, where true love has no limits and where the lovers are ready to sacrifice.
Many of Shakespeare's plays show a strong theme of love. Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing deal primarily with the issue of true and false love. Romeo and Juliet, tragic play, is about two lovers who struggle, sacrifice, and defy their families and society for the sake of love that changes them completely. Although the end of Romeo and Juliet's story is death both of the lovers, their love turns to be immortal. Much Ado About Nothing, comedy play, is about two lovers who their relationship starts as child like and develops to be true love that motives the lovers to sacrifice in order to keep their love. The two plays deal also with the idea of false love. Romeo, the hero of Romeo and Juliet, thinks that he loves Rosaline, but when he meets Juliet, the heroin...

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