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Romeo And Juliet Essay

  • Submitted by: dhemlicdf813
  • on March 7, 2009
  • Category: Arts and Music
  • Length: 273 words

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Romeo and Juliet are two starstruck lovers who are heading for disaster. Their parents the Montagues and the Capulets are both in this great big fued with each other in the city of Verona. Romeo is a distressed boy because he falls inlove to quick, he fell for Rosaline and she didn't love him back. He always went around depressed and down until the one night he met Juliet at the Capulets house when they were having a party and him and his friends sneaked in. They fell head over heels inlove the moment their eyes met. From this night on they were doomed to fail, with their parents never going to approve of their love or marrige they decided to get married in secret. They got sir Frair Lawrence to marry them and then he got into a fight and ended up killing Juliet's cousin and gets banned from the city of Verona, while on the other hand Juliet's father has a guy for her to marry almost imediately. He has to flea for his life and leaves the city, then the pastor who married them devised a plan for them to be together and gets Juliet to drink a sleeping potion that makes her look dead on her wedding day. Romeo hears that she has died and gets a poison to kill himself, when he heads to Verona and sees her dead he takes the potion and right then she wakes up and sees him dead and takes a dagger and stabs herself. So in the end it took their two childrens death to end their fued.

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