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Romeo and Juliet Essay

Summary: Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, theme: People often appreciate love on a higher level after they have suffered through the pains and misfortunes of life.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare, two lovers suffer the consequences of their ill-fated and short-lived romance. The two make hasty decisions without considering possible outcomes, all in the vain pursuit of happiness and love. People often appreciate love on a higher level after they have suffered through the pains and misfortunes of life. Juliet's Nurse suffers the death of her daughter but is able to raise Juliet with great love and devotion. Juliet is able to forgive Romeo and shows him love and loyalty even after he kills Tybalt, her cousin. The Capulets and Montagues learn to love and unite after suffering the deaths of their children. Often, for people to truly understand one aspect of life they must first experience its opposite.

The Nurse is the first character in the play Romeo and Juliet to experience happiness from a bad...

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