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Conflict: Romeo and Juliet

Summary: This essay is about the conflict that develops in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
The play "Romeo and Juliet" written by William Shakespeare is a tragic drama. William Shakespeare is one of the most successful playwrights in history. Throughout the play there are many conflicts, unresolved or resolved. "Romeo and Juliet" introduces the readers to what conflict means and various emotions that can result from it. A conflict is a struggle or battle. There are many characters in this play who have encountered conflicts between themselves or one another. One character who has experienced this is Juliet Capulet.

Juliet was a beautiful young girl whose parents adored her. They always wanted what was best for her, but occasionally it wasn't what her heart felt she needed. Marriage was not a goal Juliet wanted to achieve in her early years as an adolescent, but her parents felt she should commit her life to someone as soon as possible. Paris, the man...

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