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Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous love stories ever written The play Romeo and Juliet shows true love in form of two star-crossed lovers and just as there love is depicted as eternal the play Romeo and Juliet has endured for many years There have been many adaptations of the play in forms of books films ballets and plays Several books have been loosely based on the story all involving two young loves of different race or culture that were not permitted to be together These are always popular because people want to find true love The words Romeo and Juliet bring up images relating to true love The play also explores many different views of love each character in the play has a different view of life and personality Therefore they see love in there different way which also shows that Romeo and Juliet are different from everyone else which shows that their love is true and pure The play Romeo and Juliet is the story of true love and devotion and is therefore surprising that the first comments made linked to relationships in the play are all about sex The first two characters that the audience are introduced to are Sampson and Gregory They both are very vulgar and crude always making sexual comments and innuendoes Both Sampson and Gregory do not see love as involving emotions desire or passion but purely as a physical thing In the play Sampson speaks of women as weaker vessels and tells of how he will rape the maids of the Montague household Women being the weaker vessels are ever thrust to the wall I will push Montagues men from the wall and thrust his maids to the wall Both Sampson and Gregory have very petty and low perceptions of love It appears that neither of them have felt or experienced true love They talk in a crude and coarse manner brag
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