The Role Of Discrimination In Romeo And Juliet

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Restricted Throughout time, society has discriminated people who we view as different. As a society, we have created a box that people must fit into to be viewed as “perfect”, yet we don’t alter our box to our nation's needs. As a society, we have made the choice of segregating people because of their race and forgetting that we are all the same, we are all human. Correspondingly, in The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, two families have a prolonged feud between each other which leads to their children's deaths. These acts of discrimination result in suicide and segregation. In fact, Discrimination is most clearly portrayed when parents isolate their children from the people they love. An interracial couple in Ohio were forbidden to be together
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