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Reckless Love in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," overpowering passion for Juliet, Tybalt's uncompromising brutal personality, and Mercutio's inability to understand true love all play major roles in this tragedy.
When one acts upon colossal emotions of young, rash love without logical thought, disaster inevitably reads its head. In, Romeo and Juliet, William presents a love doomed by a heated family feud, one boiling for centuries, and continuing to do so more intensely. Unrestrained emotions lead to dire consequences for the protagonist of Shakespeare's tragic story of love. Romeo's overpowering teenage passion, Tybalt's uncompromising brutal personality, and Mercutio's inability to understand true love, all fuel this tale of these two young lovers.

We see Romeo's rush into a new relationship, as well as the emotions that explode with it, when his heart bursts with love once he sees Juliet for the first time, When he kills Tybalt, and when he kills himself. We first see Romeo, he starts talking about his unrequited love for Rosaline: "In love? / Out. / Of love? / Out of her favor...

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