Pardon And Punished: Reoccurring Themes In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Pardon & punished are reoccurring themes within Romeo and Juliet. It is also an obvious recurring theme within Shakespeare’s work. At the end of the play the prince says “Pardon means to be forgiven for an act or mistake that you have done or the act of forgiving someone for something they have done. Punished is when you inflict a penalty or sanction against someone who has wronged. The idea of “punishment & Pardoning” are relevant to the play because they represent the good and bad within the play. It also presents that all of the actions that have been done within the play have a good and bad consequences. Most audiences would agree that there are no good people within Romeo & Juliet this however does not mean that they are all bad. It just
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