Romeo and Juliet Essay | Love in Romeo and Juliet

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Love in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: In Romeo and Juliet, there are many different views of love shown. There is sexual love, romantic love, true love, spiritual love, unrequited love and love at first sight. The selflessness of Romeo and Juliet's love - their willingness to die for each other, is in deep contrast to the hate between the Capulets and the Montagues.
In Romeo and Juliet, there are many different views of love shown. There is Sexual

Love, Romantic Love, True Love, Spiritual Love, Unrequited Love and Love at First Sight.

Sexual Love is when men think of women only for sex and vice-versa.

True Romantic Love is when a man loves a woman for what she is inside, but usually

Romantic Love is partially what the other person looks like; if the person were really ugly then you wouldn't really want to be seen with them.

True Love is when two people are totally in love and they don't mind being seen with each other even if one them is ugly. Spiritual Love is the same as True Love.

Unrequited Love is when one person loves another but she/he does not love them back.

Love at First Sight is when a person falls in love...

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