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Immamaturity In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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One can find it difficult to control their own feelings towards others due to immaturity. Romeo’s lack of maturity in being able to control his feelings is inconsistent which results in the events of the tragedy of himself and Juliet’s life. His approach to ladies was based on appearance. In the story, Romeo states “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (Romeo and Juliet 1.2.). Romeo has been falling in and out of love in a short duration of time. He was first infatuated with Rosaline but, the thought of her is suddenly erased from his mind when his eyes are laid onto Juliet as if it was true ‘love at first sight’. Due to Romeo’s immaturity and approach towards those that appeal to his
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