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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: When Romeo and Juliet decide to marry, they do not realize how big a decision they are making so young in their lives. Romeo and Juliet are letting their feelings take control; they are not worrying about the consequences of marrying young.
Romeo and Juliet

How much of an effect can marriage have on people's families? Romeo and Juliet, in the play "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, should not have gotten married because their marriage has affected the lives of the people around them. Romeo and Juliet are too young to get married. They do not understand their love; it could just be for looks, and a person's appearance will change through the years. Romeo and Juliet are tearing their individual families, the Montague and the Capulet families, apart. Romeo and Juliet should not have gotten married young; they should ask adults who have had more experience with love for advice.

When Romeo and Juliet decide to marry, they do not realize how big a decision they are making so young in their lives. Romeo and Juliet are letting their feelings take control; they are not worrying about...

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