True Love In Romeo And Juliet

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They say true love can move the tallest mountain, swim across the largest sea and would go to the ends of the earth. One of the most famous plays of all time was Romeo and Juliet; Romeo and Juliet were written by the famous poet and playwright William Shakespeare, the author of Hamlet and Macbeth. In Verona, Italy, there lived two prominent families that were foes, the Capulets, and the Montagues. The story starts in the marketplace of Verona, where the Capulets and the Montagues meet and engage in a dispute. At a different place, Romeo, the son of the Montagues, has a one-sided love for Rosalind, the niece of the Capulets. When Romeo is at a banquet, he falls head over heels for a nice young girl named Juliet, the daughter of the Capulet family. Later that night, Juliet is on her balcony by herself when out of nowhere Romeo appears, he confesses his love and they agree to get married the next day. They got married with the help of Friar Laurence. The day of their marriage, Romeo kills Tybalt and was banished out of Verona. Juliet’s parents force her to marry someone else not know that she is already married. Juliet goes to the Friar for help, the Friar comes up with a plan and gives Juliet a potion that puts her in a coma. Romeo finds out that his wife has passed away and goes back to Verona. In Verona, Romeo says his goodbyes and drinks a poison, a little after Juliet wakes up and sees Romeo dead; she takes his dagger and stabs herself to death.The story of Romeo and
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