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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare love story, Romeo and Juliet. Focuses on how Shakespeare depicts the tragic events in the play. Examines how Romeo and Juliet's love for each other triumphs over their families' hatred.
Tragedy, we all have to face it, yet we rarely look upon how much it influences our daily life. Albert Einstein once said "The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives." A disastrous event, suffering through extreme sorrow, a clamity with an unhappy yet meaningful ending can describe a tragedy. Life is tragic, it is an expedition or test, in which you must be determined, learn, plan carefully and avoid dangers in your way. The tragic play of Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare portrays tragedy in its diverse forms. It illustrates how to act ahead and prevent tragedy. Although this tale is set in another time period, the conflicts approached in this play are timeless. This story begins with a young gentleman named Romeo and his love for Juliet, his family foe. The town Friar then secretly...

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