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Types of love in Romeo and Juliet.

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There are many types of love in Romeo and Juliet. For example Romeo's love for Juliet and his friend Mercutio. Juliet love for Romeo. The servant's sense of duty towards their masters. Lord and Lady Capulet sees love as a matter of money, but Romeo's and Juliet's love is much deeper than that at the end it over comes the hatred between their families. Romeo's romantic love for Rosaline was not true love he only likes the idea of being in love. Romeo always talks about him self. When Benvolio asks him who he is in love he answers "Bid a sick man in sadness make his will- A word ill urged to one that is so ill: In sadness cousin a do love a women."Rosaline does not say anything in the play she is only a character that Shakespeare. ...read more.

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But while Romeo was trying to stop the fight Tybalt stabbed Mercutio. Romeo blames himself for Mercutio's death so takes his sword and fights Ttybalt to the death. Because of this Romeo finishes up being banished. In Act 1 Scene 2 Paris comes to Capulet to ask him if he can marry Juliet but Capulet says that she is too young. Paris reminds him that younger people than Juliet have married. Than Capulet suggests a compromise. If Paris can win her over he will agree to the wedding. Capulet says to Paris that he will arrange a ball and will invite him so he can meet Juliet and then he can start being nice to her. Capulet shows that he is concerned about his daughter when he tells Paris that "But woo her, gentle Paris, get her heart, my will to her consent is but a part:" Capulet says these words because he knows that his daughter has got a mind of her own and he respects this. ...read more.

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problems afterwards she could have said to Romeo to leave her alone after she found out he was Montague but she didn't she ready to face any hard time that comes on her way. When Romeo got banished from Verona Juliet had to marry Paris so she took the risk and drunk the poison which made her seem dead, Juliet done all this j just because she wanted to be with Romeo though she knew she could die. When Romeo comes from Verona and enters the Church he sees the dead body of Juliet he finds out that their nothing to live for he love is dead. Romeo drinks the poison and dies, but few second later she wakes up and sees Romeo dead. So she gets a dagger and kills her self. This tells how much Juliet loved Romeo she was even ready to die for him though he is her enemy. Blerim Tahiri ...read more.

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