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Essay | Struggles and Themes of "Romeo and Juliet"

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Struggles and Themes of "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: William Shakespeare's tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" presents the reader with struggles to which all humanity can relate. The feud of the Capulets and Montagues, the unwanted love of Romeo and Juliet, and the pressure to please other people all strongly show the true struggles dealt with by humans.
Often stories of today use real life struggles to be portrayed on characters in a story. William Shakespeare's tragedy of "Romeo and Juliet" started this practice early on; it contains continuous inner struggles dealt with by its main characters. Shakespeare focuses on the struggles of feuding families, unwanted love, and the pressure to please. The struggles presented throughout this play are those of which all humanity can relate.

The feud between the Capulet and Montague families cause realistic inner struggles felt amongst all the characters in the play. The deaths of Tybalt and Mercutio ultimately occur because of the feuding families. Lady Capulet is deeply disturbed by Tybalt's death, as is Romeo who believes that his actions caused Tybalt's death. The reaction to Mercutio's death is quite the same; Benvolio is devastated as well as the rest of the Montague family. The Feud...

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