A Comparison Of Love And Hate In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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The two most powerful emotions of William shakespeare’s playwright of “Romeo and Juliet” are love and hate. The two star crossed lovers have to overcome hate in the entire play. Unfortunately both couldn’t handle the pain so they committed suicide. Many people would disagree with me and say love is stronger than hate, but in this case it has to be hate is stronger than love. It is evident that hate is stronger than love ,because if the families were not fighting none of this would of happened. and Romeo and Juliet would lived happy ever after.

No one knows the actual reasons why the Montagues and Capulets hate each other, but the many fights showing the hatred between each other especially in the first act of the play. They couldn’t
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