Romeo And Juliet Oxymoron Quotes

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“...Oh brawling Love, oh loving hate...”, an interesting quote because of it’s contradiction. The oxymoron comes from a monologue said by Romeo in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. His monologue about his feelings after he finds out the girl he loves has sworn to chastity and then of seeing blood on the ground from yet another fight between the Montagues and the Capulets. Romeo starts by explaining that even though love may be blind it can make you do whatever it wants and then upon seeing the evidence of a skirmish he talks about how this war between the families is about love as well, love and hate. He goes on about how the war is about everything but what it is. Then he says that this Love he feels, no one returns. He’s explaining

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