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    May 28th, 2014 Romeo and Juliet By: Taylor Woodward In the tragic play, Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, Kausse states that “two star-crossed teenagers find one another, fall madly in love and despite their well-thought-out plans, are destroyed by their parents hate as well as other forces beyond their control.” Kausse believes that the “parents hate” is the reason for the teens demise, but it’s actually because of love. Romeo and Juliet never thought through their plans, they were spontaneous

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    Romeo and Juliet Essay

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    star-crossed lovers, Romeo, and Juliet, in William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet. Although there were multiple contributing factors to the suicides of Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence is directly responsible for their deaths. He is responsible because he trusted someone other than himself to deliver the letter to Romeo, he gave Juliet the potion, and left when Romeo and Juliet were in danger at the tomb. Friar Laurence trusted Friar John to deliver the letter to Romeo. He made a huge mistake

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    Love In Romeo And Juliet

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    Romeo, O, Romeo Romeo and Juliet, a drama play by William Shakespeare, tells the tale of two star crossed lovers. In the city of Verona 1590, two love struck teenagers, are predestined to meet. They are forbidden to be with one another for a feud by their progenitors has doomed them with a forever lasting hatred for one another. Defying those rules, the two decide to keep their love a secret, ending their lives in a way no one would have imagined. Some say they acted like children, some say they

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    rivalries, but fate is kind and allows Romeo and Juliet to have a beautiful romance. Fate is the main influence in William Shakespeare's play, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The play is focused on “star-crossed”(Prologue line 6) lovers who would rather die than live without each other, so when Romeo believes Juliet is dead, he kills himself. Then, Juliet awakens to see him dead and she drives a dagger through her heart. The tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet are not caused by their own free will;

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    The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

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    Everybody and their brother in civilized society have heard of William Shakespeare and his most famous plays mainly Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare has written everything from comedies to tragedies to romances. And Romeo and Juliet is one exquisite example of a play that highlights Shakespeare magnificent talent of hiding things in plain sight. The question is, is Romeo and Juliet a true love story or not? After extensive examination the answer is clear; no this legendary play is in fact not a love

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    Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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    learning from past stories. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the original relationship between the lovers, their marriage, and their suicides are the direct result of their impulsive. The initial relationship between Romeo and Juliet is based on impulse. Romeo immediately chooses a lover without thinking about her. Romeo mopes about his past love. Romeo’s past love is Rosaline. When Benvolio suggests to Romeo that he can Benvolio suggests that Romeo learn to forget Rosaline "By giving liberty unto

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    Fate in Romeo and Juliet

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    Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is classified as a beautiful yet tragic love story told in the form of a play. Romeo, from the house of Montague, is a passionate and impulsive lover that falls head over heels for young Juliet, house of Capulet . Through a series of unfortunate events, their tale ends with both of them committing suicide over the star-crossed love for the other. It comes down to the question, who is responsible for the lovers’ death? The reader can put the blame on Romeo’s

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    The Love of Romeo and Juliet "It is primarily the love between Romeo and Juliet that makes the play so enduringly popular" The play Romeo and Juliet is about how two people fall in love with one another. I think that this is a good basis for a play and probably one of the most important reasons why the play is so enduringly popular. However, it is not

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    William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, establishes how the distinctive characters have different personalities, which creates much diversity, tragedy, and passion. Therefore, Shakespeare has created multidimensional characters that have both strengths and weaknesses. To start off, the famous Romeo is impulsive and very romantic. When Romeo ascends the Capulet wall, without thinking about the consequences, he finds Juliet and starts to talk to her. Juliet is very worried for Romeo and asks him how he

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    Luhman's Romeo and Juliet

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    Romeo and Juliet is a renowned play of the prestigious writer Shakespeare which has received a lot of praise and appreciation. The way Shakespeare describes the characters through their speech makes him immortal. He has the ability to build the characters strongly with whom the audience could relate. He even invented his own rhyme scheme and designed good plots with timeless stories. He could write about any situation which a person normally encounters and introduced new words which are used till

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