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In all of life death has been tied in with many different topics at hand Throughout the play Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare shows death in many ways as it is tied in with love hatred and also foreshadowing of future events Death is showed within the topic of love due to the fact of Romeo and Juliets love for each other which led to both of their deaths Hatred brings death to many as fighting with each other causes the death of people from the houses of Capulet and Montague At last foreshadowing that is implied by Romeo and Juliet pictures death many times as to what will occur in the future Love is a very important topic throughout the entire play but death is a large consequence to pay for the love Romeo and Juliet have for each other Since the houses of Montague and Capulet hate each other the love between Romeo and Juliet will have certain consequences which may lead to a certain death for both of them Juliet knows that the love she has for Romeo is nothing but troublesome and that her family is the trouble That I must love a loathed enemy Iv138 Showing the love she has is to be brought to a tragic end The love between Romeo and Juliet might be strong but yet one interferes with it Paris is to wed Juliet and his never ending love brings his death when he fights Romeo in the Capulets vault so he can be with Juliet forever Love might be grand but death is quite a consequence to pay for being in love with someone The hatred between the families of Capulet and Montague certainly brings death to many throughout the play also A dispute is to occur between Tybalt and Mercutio in the streets of Verona in which Romeo try to stop but yet fails and death falls upon Mercutio Due to the death
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