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    For a love story, Romeo and Juliet has more violence and bloodshed than most TV mini-series. The play begins with a riot, ends with a double suicide, and in between has three murders. And all this takes place in the span of four short days. Of course, when you're dealing with love and passion, you're operating on an elemental level. The funny thing is that they have their roots in the same soil. It is common for love to turn to hate - in the blink of an eye. Love and hate are twin sons of different

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    Hate In Romeo And Juliet

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    In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses the binary subjects of Love and Hate to convey the theme love cannot exist without hate. Romeo has such a strong passion and love for Juliet just as Tybalt has such a strong passion and love for hating Romeo. Romeo states, "Here's much to do with hate, but more with love" when he describes the fight between the two households at the start of the play. The language Shakespeare uses to depict love and hate shows that the two passions are deeply similar. If

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    Romeo And Juliet Hate

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    Throughout history, there have been numerous cases of hate crimes across the world; just think of the Holocaust and the KKK. In the case of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, hostility between the Capulet and Montague families causes them to engage in a savage feud, eventually ending with Romeo and Juliet committing suicide. But which character has the most influence over this hatred? The answer to this question is Tybalt, due to his love of brawls, his dislike for the Montagues, and how his

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    Dictionary defines hate as “to dislike intensely or passionately”. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, hate is the most responsible for the events that take place during the play. The hatred between the Capulets and the Montagues causes Romeo’s and Juliet’s death which proves that hate is a more powerful emotion than love. The hatred between the two families, the Montagues and the Capulets make Romeo and Juliet love each other so much that they kill themselves. Juliet meets Romeo at the Capulet

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    Hate is Louder: Romeo and Juliet

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    and hate are the same thing, while others say that the two emotions are complete opposites. William Shakespeare explored the two emotions in his play Romeo and Juliet. In the play, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are teens who grew up in families that have been feuding longer than either family can remember. However, the two meet out of unforeseen circumstances, and fall irrevocably in “love”. They woo, and within twenty-four hours they are married. Things seem to be going well until Romeo is provoked

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    fell in love, the love overpowered the hate between their families. Person B hates his family’s enemy. The hate in between the two families grows larger as time goes on and people become more powerful. Their hate is pushing the families farther and farther apart. If love is just a feeling, why does it have the power to destroy hate? Because William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet highlights the strength of love over hate, love can solve problems that hate may cause. Even though love is often

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    Romeo and Juliet: A Story of Hate When most read the story of Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, their initial impression is that it is a beautiful romance about two star-crossed lovers whose lives end in tragedy. However, upon closer examination, it becomes clear that the underlying theme of this story is the consequence of hate and prejudice. From the start, the play is filled with scenes which display the seemingly unfounded hatred between the Montague and Capulet households. This

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    Ever heard that too much hate is a bad thing. Well in Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare shows how the hate we have can lead to unintentional consequences. In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Shakespeare illustrate how hate affect the way someone say or does something. From the very beginning of the story, Shakespeare asserts us how much hate the two family have for each other. In the opening scene in Verona, the two servant of different families, the Montagues and Capulets, start a fight between

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    Romeo and Juliet: A Story of Hate When most read the story of Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, their initial impression is that it is a beautiful romance about two star-crossed lovers whose lives end in tragedy. However, upon closer examination it becomes clear that the underlying theme of this story is the consequence of hate and prejudice. From the start, the play is filled with scenes which display the seemingly unfounded hatred between the Montague and Capulet households. This

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    “There’s a fine line between love and hate. Love frees a soul and in the same breath can sometimes suffocate it.” These words, spoken by Cecelia Ahern, are well known today, although most have never looked in depth of what they truly mean. Paradox’s are everywhere. Although two opposites may seem so different, we find it impossible to know what one is without the other. You can’t have a day without a night, or a joyful mood without knowing your poor moods, or a sunny day without going through a storm

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