Why Did The Feud Occur In Romeo And Juliet

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Did the feud actually end in Romeo and Juliet?
The hero position is that the feud did end. This is because in the end of the story, Romeo and Juliet die together in the tomb, and are later carried out for the funeral ceremony. Even though their families have been at each other for decades, their children's deaths have opened their eyes and have shown them they need to honor their children. The villains argument is that the feud did not end. This is because this feud has been going on for centuries. It is not going to end with just a handshake. Yes, it might have ended for a few days, but more than likely someone started a fight afterwards. “But I can give thee more; For I will raise her statue in pure gold, That whiles Verona by that name is known, There shall no figure at such rate be set as that
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The villains first quote is “ From ancient grudge break new munity.” (Prologue, Line 3) This quote states that the grudge was ancient, or centuries long. Like I said an ancient grudge is not going to end with just a handshake.
The quote, “As rich shall Romeo’s by his lady’s lie Poor sacrifices of our enmity!” (Act 5, Scene 3, Line 303-304) In this quote, Juliet’s father, Capulet, is honoring Montague's son, Romeo, by saying that he as well can make a statue of Romeo, but will make it better. The villains other quote is “ Doth with their death bury their parents strife. The tearful passage of their death- marked love,and the continuance of their parent’s rage.” (Prologue, Line 8-9) By saying that “the continuance of their parents rage.” That is making it sound like it really does
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