Examples Of Impulsivity In Romeo And Juliet

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Impulsivity is to act or react to something without considering the consequences of your actions. In the play ‘Romeo and Juliet’, the two main characters as well as other characters display impulsivity on many occasions and this directly affects the outcome of the play. In Act One Scene One, we immediately see an instance of impulsivity when the Capulet servants bicker with the Montague servants and thereafter a fight breaks out between the Capulet and Montague households. The servants did not think of the consequences of their actions before starting the fight. If they had not fought, the Prince would have not threatened to put them to death for fighting again, Romeo would have not been banished, and therefore, the star-crossed lovers would
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