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

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Love is a relative term. For one, it may resemble a passion distinct from another. However, regardless of its true definition, a rising demographic has argued of the plausibility behind love at first sight, a heavy reliance throughout Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Thus, it is worth noting that Romeo’s love for Juliet is in fact not true love, as he has forgotten of whom he once thought his only desire, wishes to be married a single day following his encounter, and remains far too young to understand what love truly is. To begin, Romeo and Juliet’s love for one another is not true love because it began not long following Romeo’s grief in regard of Rosaline. Love is an ever-changing traverse, but in making the assumption of true love,

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