Internal Conflict In Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet is a renowned play set in the Elizabethan Era. The Elizabethan Era is characterised by the values associated with Romanticism and Christianity, along with the concepts of tragedy and chaos. In this play, Shakespeare uses poetic techniques to explore the themes of love, hate and fate and free will. The prominence of these themes within the play will be examined.

There are a few central conflicts in the play Romeo and Juliet.The major conflict is the fighting between the Montagues and the Capulets. They are in a bitter fight, and the citizens of Verona, Italy are affected by their hate. Many people, in the play die in fights due to the fact that they were taught to hate the other family.Juliet has an internal conflict when she can 't decide whether to be on Romeo 's side or Tybalt 's. Romeo killed Tybalt,who is her cousin. But Romeo is Juliet’s husband and sides with Romeo because she must be a good wife and support him and be on his side no matter what he does.
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Romeo and Juliet might as well be a litmus test for your level of cynicism. Romeo and Juliet are some of the most beautiful and most passionate love poetry ever written in English. The theme of love is portrayed by Shakespeare throughout the play through the characterization of Romeo and Juliet. Initially, the dialogue in act 3 scene 2 when Juliet still continues to stand up for her newly wedded husband, Romeo even though he had killed her own cousin, this show and demonstrates the theme of love as she will continue to stand up for her husband even though he killed her cousin that establishes the notion of Juliet’s unconditional love for
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