Romeo And Juliet Forbidden Love Analysis

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Spanning from the Sixteenth Century to the Twenty First Century the theme that reoccurs throughout history is forbidden love, as each century passes, the forbidden love becomes more malignant. Forbidden relationships is a prominent theme throughout the play Romeo and Juliet: McEwan 's’ novel Cement Garden and the novel Notes On a Scandal. Each explore the relationships between a couple and ultimately how the forbidden love brings forth destruction and loss. Shakespeare predominantly presents the forbidden love in Romeo and Juliet as romantic yet tragic in the ways they can not be together: due to the feud between Romeo and Juliet 's families, it is considered forbidden and wrongful in the society during the sixteenth century. McEwan
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