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Love and Hate in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Love and Hate describes the differences between Romeo and Juliet and love in hate interacting with their love for eachother. Love and Hate are described through quotes and metaphors from the book.
In life, over the centuries, love and hate, in many cases, have been regarded as the two and only feelings that can cause destruction and death. In William Shakespeare's famous play, Romeo and Juliet, two lovers from contrary houses of hatred, fall in love in Verona during the Renaissance, centuries ago. Unfortunately, the Capulet and Montague, which have fallen deeply in love, die from their own passionate love and their families' hate. These two passions, love and hate, are the main themes in this play. The hate of the two families is thought to be the cause of the two lovers' death, but love is just as much the reason of Romeo and Juliet's suicide with its ability to almost control them into not thinking about anything else, making them absolutely unaware. Love and hate can be uncontrollable passions, which ultimately can lead...

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