The Theme Of Lust In Romeo And Juliet

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Is it love or lust? That’s for you to decide. If you think that young teens are immature and don’t know what love is, take a look at Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, it will prove your point perfectly. There are many arguments about Shakespeare’s “master of love” Romeo Montague. Some may say that he is a strong, independent man, who fights internal conflicts and his fears all in the name of love, while others say he’s a cowardly crybaby who makes absurd decisions resulting in tragedy among families. Romeo’s first appearance in the play is him sulking over his non-existent love life as he is in love with a girl named Rosaline, who is the entity of Romeo’s unrequited love. Romeo’s cousin Benvolio and Romeo’s close friend Mercutio act as Romeo’s

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