Love Exposed In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In the bible, Samson, a Nazarite, fell in love with a Philistine named Delilah who he thought was beautiful. But because of their ethics, he couldn't marry her because Nazarites and Philistines hated each other. But, he chose her over family and married her anyways. Like Samson's love with Delilah, in Romeo and Juliet, imagery helps to enhance and let's the reader understand the idea that love is portrayed in the play as the most important thing in the world. In the play, Juliet talks to herself when she was going to drink the poison, “Farewell. God knows when we will meet again. I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins that almost freezes up the heat of life” (191). In this scene, Juliet is waiting for Romeo and is daydreaming about
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