Romeo and Juliet Essay | Unspoken Roles of Adults in "Romeo and Juliet"

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Unspoken Roles of Adults in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: This essay compares the roles of characters in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
For many years, adults "played" many roles in the world, whether it would be a doctor, teacher, engineer, or parent. Their roles affect the people and the Earth. These effects are what adults contribute while "playing" their roles. Most of these contributions have motives, for either the worse or the better. These motives are hoped to be achieved by the contributions adults make when "play" their roles in the "real" world. In the play, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare illustrates the roles that adults play that contributes to the never-ending love between Romeo and Juliet.

Friar Lawrence is a pastor in a cell and acts as Romeo's caretaker. He is approached by Romeo one day and asked to wed him to Juliet together in holy matrimony. Friar does not agree to do it, at first, because of Romeo's character but he ends up...

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