How Is Hate Stronger In Romeo And Juliet

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“My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late.” William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet. In Romeo and Juliet there is both hate and love. Hate with both families, and love between Romeo and Juliet. There’s people who say that hate is stronger than love or love is stronger than hate but not me. I believe that love and hate are equal. They both can drive people to do things for other people. Romeo and Juliet’s love for eachother is very strong, but so is the hate for the families. If you think about it the love and hate is evened out. The hate of both families are strong enough to pull Romeo and Juliet apart, but their love for eachother is strong enough that even if they try to do that they can’t. It’s kind of already proven that the families can’t break up Romeo and Juliet. They killed themselves because they didn’t think they could live without the other. Speaking of them killing themselves, at the end of the play the families are in the tomb and know that Romeo and Juliet…show more content…
Other people believe that hate is stronger or love is stronger. A lot of people I know believe love is stronger than hate. Their backup statement is Romeo and Juliet fell in love even though they’re suppose to hate each other. And unfortunately there are a lot of statements that could be comprehended as saying love is stronger than hate or that hate is stronger than love. But with me, I comprehended it in a way not many do, and that way is that love and hate are equal to each other. As stated many times the whole reason for this essay was to prove that love and hate are the same thing even though other people believe differently. Yes, Romeo and Juliet loved each other to the point of death, but what caused all of it was the hate between the families. So, it kind of evens out. “Love sees sharply, hatred sees even more sharp, but jealousy sees the sharpest for it is love and hate at the same time.” Arab
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