Conclusion Of Romeo And Juliet

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One of the most famous tragedies of all time by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, starts with the age old family duel between the Capulets and the Montagues in the city of Verona. After small fights occurring over time, one day a fight breaks out in the middle of the city and the Prince of Verona steps in and says, “The next to fight will die” (Shakespeare pg). Later the Capulets decided to host a Masquerade ball and events everyone except the Montagues. Romeo finds out that his beautiful Rosaline has been invited to the ball and decides he will use a mask to disguise himself so he does not get caught however, finds himself falling head over heels for another women.. Immediately after falling in love with Juliet, they both decided they want to get married, but know their parents will forbid it so they make plans in secrecy. The bitter feud between the Capulets and the Montagues breaks out in a fight between Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, and Mercutio. Romeo does not think twice at jumping into the fight between the two, in order to help his close friend Mercutio. However, Romeo did not …show more content…
Romeo believes he is in love with Rosaline but after laying eyes on Juliet quickly changes his mind. Confident in his ability to get Juliet to go out with him, Romeo makes his move and filter with Juliet all throughout the night. Little did Romeo know, the love he grows to have for Juliet, is a love that you only experience once in your lifetime. After getting to know Juliet, Romeo grows from a teenage boy to a man with character. The way Romeo dropped Rosaline for Juliet, he would never do that to Juliet and further proves this with his vow to, “...lie with thee tonight” (5.2.34). The love Romeo has for Juliet has grown immensely by the end of the play and once he find out his beloved Juliet is dead, Romeo realizes that he can not live without her and commits

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