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Romeo and Juliet: Parents as Villians

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," the hatred and manipulation of the parents is the reason Romeo and Juliet had to have a secret relationship. This dysfunction directly contributed to Romeo and Juliet's deaths.
The play Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy of family, love, and death is filled with passion and confusion. There are many evil characters that help cause the tragedy at the end of this play. The parents of Romeo and Juliet are villains; they cause a secretive relationship to form between Romeo and Juliet, they fail to support their children as parents usually do, and eventually, the hatred of these parents lead to the deaths of their children.

In this play, because of the conflict between Romeo and Juliet's parents, a secretive relationship is necessary. When Romeo and Juliet meet at a Capulet party, they fall in love instantly. They realise that they must keep their relationship a secret because their parents are mortal enemies and would not approve of their teenage love for each other. These parents' attitude is not acceptable because they make...

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