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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
If you like romance, murder, excitement, and elaborate personalities, then Shakespeare is for you. One play written by Shakespeare is Romeo and Juliet. Three male characters in Romeo and Juliet are Romeo, Mercutio, and Benvolio. Shakespeare's male characters in Romeo and Juliet display a variety of personalities.

Romeo is one character in Romeo and Juliet who has many aspects to his personality. One aspect to Romeo's personality is that he is emotional. One example showing that Romeo is emotional is, after he had slayed Tybalt, he ran to the Friar's cell, laid on the ground and cried. This shows that he is emotional, because he felt sorrow for what he had done. He lets it all out, and doesn't hold anything back. Another personality of Romeo is that he is very selfish. One example of Romeo being extremely selfish is when he gets banished. All he thinks...

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