Essay on William J. Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet

1189 Words May 21st, 2016 5 Pages
Abomination

Falling in love is one of the sweetest things in the world, but, there is a time when we cannot fall in love with someone due to several hindrances in the way. The beautifully written tragic novel entitled Romeo and Juliet was written by the famous author William J. Shakespeare. It is about the two young lovers who fought in the name of love until their last breath as a result of the feud between their households. Romeo and Juliet’s relationship is like a mango growing in an apple tree on the 31st of February. It is absurd, impossible and nonviable because of the extreme conflict between their families. The Montague and Capulet’s are quarreling and hating each other for a long time. Eventually, this feud had affected many people. They showed hatred towards one another rather than expressing love and peace. The immaturity of Romeo and Juliet’s parents is to be blame why they ended their lives. If they only opened their minds to peace and unity, it would not end like this. “ Three civil brawls, bred of an airy word, By thee, old Capulet, and Montague, Have thrice disturbed the quiet of our streets (Shakespeare, 17).” Due to their hatred towards each other, they are teaching the people of Verona to loathe their fellow countrymen. The two families were respected by the people, and they look up to them. So people see them as their role models. Thus, these people are not the ones they must follow simply because of their innocence to harmony and peace.…

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