Kidnap Decisions In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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William Shakespeare wanted his audience to have a better understanding of the snap decisions made by his protagonist. In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare writes the affair of two 1300s teens who fall in love amidst a centuries old feud between their families. The excerpt in scene 2 act 2 depicts the beginning of the end for the the lovers who make plans to defy both their families and run away together. Shakespeare wanted the reader to understand lovers in a forbidden scenario will most likely go forth with their relationship as an act of passion and rebellion. Juliet sighs from her balcony “‘O Romeo, O Romeo, deny thy father and refuse thy name”’( Romeo and Juliet 2.2.34). In this brief passage the reader can sense Juliet’s desperation

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