Examples Of Hatred In Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet is more about hate than love

Romeo and Juliet is an enduring yet tragic love story written by William Shakespeare about two young lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet were first written in the year 1597, over the years the famous play has remained the most well known and emotionally attaching love storeys of all times. During the play there are many signs that Romeo and Juliet is more about hate rather than love, this can be seen through family, Paris the king's man of prince Escalus and finally the death of Romeo and Juliet.

During the play of Romeo and Juliet, there are many signs of hate, the most common and dominant example is the hatred between the two families, the Montagues, and Capulets. Hate from the two families is commonly seen through the story, the author of the book never actually tells us that the Montagues and Capulets hate each other but we assume they do since they are openly engaging in acts of hatred towards the other family such as biting of the thumb(1-1). Another significant form of hatred between the families is when Tybalt a …show more content…

Romeo was asked by one of the capulets guards to help hand out invitations to one of there parties he accepts and assists in handing out invitations to the Capulet's party in exchange for helping the guard in handing out invitations he was invited to the party, Romeo was previously in a relationship with Rosaline niece of Lord Capulet, Romeo had seen Rosealine's name on the invitation list so he had accepted the guards invitation to the party. While Romeo had initially gone to the Capulets party in hopes of seeing Rosaline he eventually lays eyes on Juliet the

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