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The Romeo and Juliet Essay

Summary: In the play Romeo and Juliet it shows how love is very violent. The tragic story ends not so well but both families overcome their differences.
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In the play Romeo and Juliet it shows how love is very violent. The tragic story ends not so well but both families overcome their differences. Most people today wouldn't kill their self if their husband or wife had died. In this play it shows how love at first sight might be regretful sometimes.

Love is challenging sometimes. You have to agree to what you both say. Romeo was in love at the age or around 13 with a lady named Rosaline. He wants to see her again. So a servant comes along and asks Romeo if he could read. Romeo jokes with him at first but then says yes. Romeo read what it said. It was an invitation to a party. He saw that Rosaline would be their. He wanted to see her, so he invited himself.

He goes to the party expecting to...

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