Romeo And Juliet False Love Analysis

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Many teens tend to know a false love because they see this love in movies, around school and on social media. Teenagers are too immature to know what love really is. Also many teens go out and when they break up with date someone else and say that they love them but in reality they don’t they are just trying to get over their ex. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and many articles state that young love is false. Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet tells the story of two young teens that fall in love at first sight and end up killing themselves because they weren’t able to be with each other. Romeo and Juliet fall in love at first sight, but is it true love? Friar Lawrence’s comment to Romeo shows that Romeo isn’t really in love with Juliet. …show more content…

Prick love for pricking, and you beat love down.”(act 1, scene 4, lines 27&28)This quote shows how young men be harsh with you, so when you are in a relationship you are ready to get hurt because boys are still not mature enough. Dezma Grainer’s article “Getting a grasp on teenage ‘love’ can be complicated” states how teenagers think love is easy and how they think it’s true love. Teens often think they are in love because of social media and movies that influence teenagers. “As far as many teenagers are concerned, love always seems to be in the air. But is isn’t really love? I don’t like so. In many cases, it is a false love created by media and music that influence teenager’s way of thinking.”
This quote shows how teenager’s get influnced by media and think love is a contest. Teenager’s tend to follow favorite their artist, for example, if their favorite artist gets in a relationship teens want to be in one so they could be like them. In conclusion, is young love really true? Young love is not really love, teenagers might say its true love but it is puppy love which is an informal term for feelings of love or romance by two young people. Teenagers are immature to know what love really

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