Forever Live Through Death By William Shakespeare Essay

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Forever Live Through Death

In all eternity, in all creation, in all worlds, and in every soul, nothing surpasses the strength and power of love. Everything in existence was created in love, the world’s salvation was confirmed in love, the foundation of happiness and everything good exists in love. With the full recognition and realization in the importance of this passion, Oscar Wild once stated, “Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.” Some of the greatest stories, poems, and novels in history have their foundation built firmly upon love, the most well-known, Romeo and Juliet. For many centuries this beautifully tragic play, written by the talented William Shakespeare, has become one of the most widely loved, read, known, and retold story, seen within in its long history, the irony that exists within it, and its effect on the present culture. From yesterday, today, and tomorrow, love has endured as the most powerful, destructive, important, painful, beautiful, and everlasting virtue, creating a strong impact in all.

All stories, whether good or bad, well-known or forgotten, have a beginning just like everything else in existence. Romeo and Juliet has no difference, nevertheless William Shakespeare, as assumed by some, did not invent the story, in fact, it is somewhat hazy regarding the specifics of the original author. The Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet, a long and rather lifeless poem,…

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