Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo & Juliet: Lust Vs. Love

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Romeo & Juliet: Lust Vs. Love

Summary: Essay discusses how Romeo and Juliet were in lust and not love.
In William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet were not truly in love. More than anything what they shared was a lust for one another. It would have been impossible for the two teenagers to be in love because they had just met, they were both too young and immature as well as unrealistic.

Romeo and Juliet could not have possibly been in love having just met. True love and appreciation of a person takes time. They had hardly had a complete conversation before they kissed and started proclaiming their love for one another. They were more in love with the idea of falling in love and each other's looks than actually being in love. Their physical attraction caused them to believe they had an emotional attraction as well. The two young teenagers were infatuated with each other, not in love.

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