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Mary Bloody Mary & Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Compares the novel Mary Bloody Mary to the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare. Describes similar themes and lessons learned by characters.
The theme in the novel, Mary Bloody Mary is constant. The disposition of the main character and the changing oppositions give the novel a new kind of spice. The themes in the book are lust and greed. There are many justifications for these themes. The novel without lust wouldn't give the characters the edgy personalities that they carry with them throughout the piece. Without lust, Mary's father would not have strayed to love another woman. Anne Boleyn would not have fought for the king as she did. With the lust gone from the book, Mary would not have had an exciting life. Her days were often twisted with the arrangements of her marriage as a young woman. Greed ties in with the book greatly as well. The King was filled with the greed to obtain land and peace with other nations, thus making arrangements...

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