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The Immaturity of Romeo and Juliet's Love

Summary: The love between Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare's classic play may not have been true, but rather a simple infatuation. There are many hints in the play that the couple was not ready for love.
Romeo and Juliet

According to I Corinthians 13:4-8, "Love is patient, love is kind..." Love should always be a slow realization and not an abrupt feeling based on wants, or physical appearance. In William Shakespeare's tragic romance Romeo and Juliet, the main characters do just the opposite. They are hasty in their feeling and do not get to know each other before falling in love and getting married.

Romeo and Juliet's relationship proves not to be true love by them getting married so hastily. Their story may have ended happier if they had just waited and taken time to get to know each other before rushing into marriage. Before he met Juliet, Romeo loved Rosaline, but the night he saw Juliet he was the night before they were wed. Romeo and Juliet were only married for a near forty-eight hours and in that...

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