Romeo and Juliet Essay | The Bond between Romeo and Tybalt

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The Bond between Romeo and Tybalt

Summary: In the play Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare uses two central characters, Romeo and Tybalt, to exploit the diverse natures of human character. While Romeo is the more featured character of the play, Tybalt's contributions to the plot as a villain are invaluable.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare uses two central characters, Romeo and Tybalt, to exploit the diverse natures of human character. While Romeo is the more featured character of the play, Tybalt's contributions to the plot as a villain are invaluable. Although the two appear to be quite the opposite and have completely dissimilar aspirations, they are very alike at heart, and their analogous passion and impetuosity lead them to their own demise.

Romeo comes from the Montagues, a rich and powerful family dwelling in the city of Verona. Romeo is born and raised in a constantly chaotic environment, and he often witnesses clashes between his family and the Capulets. However, Romeo chooses to not adopt his family's contentiousness, and he reacts to such feuds with exasperation and sorrow. When the news of yet another fight reaches Romeo, he sighs, "Yet tell...

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