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Two lovers trying to break the enmity between their families with their forbidden love in the streets of Verona Italy is the main conflict of the worlds most famous play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare The two families the Capulets and the Montagues struggle for power in Verona Romeo the son of Lord Montague and Juliet the daughter of Lord Capulet fall in love Romeo and Juliet love can not exist for a long period of time because their love is not as powerful as the hate between the families which brings Romeos and Juliets love to an end Tragically love is often not strong enough to overcome enmity Prejudice and pride caused by enmity weaken love Most of the Capulets maintain preconceptions about the Montagues as much as the Montagues maintain about Capulets This by his voice should be a Montague Fetch me my rapier boy To strike him dead I hold it not a sin I553-58 Tybalt cousin of Juliet is biased against Romeo Romeo enters Capulets party and his appearance is unacceptable for the Capulets Romeo doesnt cause any trouble at the party in front of the Capulets vision however he kisses Juliet but luckily no one realizes Tybalt acts as if Romeo creates a chaos Thus Tybalt is being biased on Romeo Its also very obvious from Tybalts words that he does not consider to kill a Montague a sin It is nearly impossible for love to remain the same and not lose its power when there are too many conflicts The contrast between the prejudice and Juliets feelings about Romeo weakens love Hence enmity can cause pride and prejudice to ruin love The loss of ones self-control can lead to the destruction of love The decisions that Romeo makes without thinking changes the ending of the play and causes the play to end tragically O Im fortunes fool III1127 Tybalt kills Romeos best friend
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