Ambiguity In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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William Shakespeare was characterized by the fact that he doesn’t give the public and readers and gives a clear result, but he leaves it up to the person to make his or her own opinion about the specific issue. However the characters appearing in the plays are very miscellaneous. Also their diversity gives Shakespeare 's stories ambiguity and thrill. I was also intrigued by this ambiguity of Shakespeare’s works and I wanted to express my own opinion about this matter. Furthermore Romeo and Juliet is a play about love in the midst of war. And it is set in Verona, Italy. The town is distress by civil violence, and the result of a bitter and long standing fight between two families, the Capulets and the Montagues. In Romeo and Juliet everybody fights, from the heads of the families, Montague and Capulet, and down to the servants of the individual families. However against this background of civil conflict, something wonderful happens, two young people fall in love. But there is only one problem one of them is a Montague, a dreamy young man named Romeo, and the other a Capulet, beautiful thirteen-year old Juliet. Moreover the play begins with a street conflict between. Where the Prince tries to bring back order by threatening punishment of death to the next person who starts a fight. However Romeo, originally is in love with Rosaline, he is convinced by his friends to attend the Capulet ball where he falls in love with Juliet, and he quickly forgot Rosaline. However the
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