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Romeo and Juliet: Does Wisdom Come With Age?

Summary: Compares characters from Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet. Analyzes how characters react to events based on their ages.
Older people and youths are often very different, not only physically in terms of fitness but also in mentality. Older people are often associated with wisdom gained from their long experiences, the ability to reason rationally and have good judgement. They mostly have younger people's interests at heart, wanting to help and being understanding. To most people, they should know better. Youths on the other hand, are in sharp contrast. Instead of reasoning, they are often thought of to be impulsive, stubborn, rash, rebellious and hot-blooded. They also are thought to be fickle and inconsistent with their decisions, due to lack of wisdom and experience. To most people, they do not know any better.

In the play of Romeo and Juliet, this common idea that people share seems to change. "The older people in the play know better than the youths." I...

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