Loyalty In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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The prologue explains that the Montague and Capulet families have had a long lasting disagreement and it has been taken to a whole new level, where blood is being spilt on the streets of “fair Verona”. The feud between the families’ acts as a pressure cooker throughout the play and reinforces the majority of the character’s actions and events which take place. The family feud causes civil unrest in Verona and the city is consumed by it. Had there not been a dispute between the families, Juliet and Romeo would have no reason to hide their love and marriage. Similarly, Friar Lawrence would not have to contribute and devise a plan for the couple to escape.The prologue explains that the Montague and Capulet families have had a long lasting disagreement
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