Romeo and Juliet Essay | Was Romoeo and Juliet's Love Strong or Superficial

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Was Romoeo and Juliet's Love Strong or Superficial

Summary: Great essay on the connection between Rome and Juliet and a question of whether or not their love was true...
Was Romeo and Juliet's Love Strong, or Superficial"

"My only love sprung from my only hate!" When these words are spoken by Juliet, about Romeo, the foundation of their love is laid. The passion surrounding their love for each other exists in spite of the hate they were taught by their families. This timeless love story used many other symbols to build on this foundation to explain the strength of the love shared by Romeo and Juliet.

The Montague and Capulet families had been feuding for generations. Everyone in the town of Verona knew that a marriage between the children of these clans was unimaginable. Neither side would ever accept this union. Everyone knew that such a union could never find peace or happiness. Yet, in the face of certain tragedy and even death, the young lovers followed their hearts.

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