Romeo And Juliet Love Vs Lust Analysis

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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a poem about love v. lust, the role of fate, the role of women, love vs. hate, and the manipulation of time.
Minister Lawrence assumes a noteworthy part, he is a minister/priest who is a nearby friend of both Romeo and Juliet, he is to Blame in Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet, as an individual from the Order of St. Francis, a gathering of savvy and liberal ministers, Romeo and Juliet trusted Friar Laurence totally, swinging to him for exhortation, and arrangements. Monk Lawrence assumed a key part in the marriage, arranging and demise of Romeo and Juliet. His endeavors to make the best decision were honorable, but since of lack of common sense they would soon prompt the inescapable disaster.
Monk Laurence weds Romeo and Juliet even though he trusts that the marriage will wind up in disaster. In any case, he weds them with the expectation that it will end the ceaseless fighting between the two families. At the point when Romeo requests that Friar Laurence wed him with Juliet the Friar doesn 't imagine that his affection is valid. Similar to his adoration for Rosaline, the Friar trusts that his affection for Juliet won 't last. Despite the fact that he imagines that the marriage is defective he consents to wed them in his own particular self-enthusiasm of completion the fighting. "Come, accompany me, and we will make/short work;/For, by you abandons, you should not remain alone/Till Holy Church join two of every one." This is the
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