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Essay | The Conflicts in Romeo and Juliet

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The Conflicts in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: An essay that focuses on conflict, which is one of the main themes of the play "Romeo and Juliet."
In Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet the presence of conflict is outstanding. Conflicts consists of two opposing forces or characters, the conflict can be external as in a struggle between two characters or internal as in a struggle between a character's actions and his conscience. The major conflicts the play focuses on is love and hate, the feud of Capulet's against the Montague's as well as love and fate. The conflicts are shown through the use of powerful language and many linguistic techniques.

The play begins with the main conflict between the Capulet's and the Montague's in Verona. These two powerful families had been feuding for years to the point that no one remembers the initial cause of their hate. This can be seen in the first prologue:

"From ancient grudge break to new mutiny

Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean"

This feud...

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