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Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet is one of the best known tragedies in the world When all the facts are analysed the only conclusion that can be drawn is that it was about two infatuated teen-agers who did not know what they were doing It is therefore hard to feel sympathy for either Romeo or Juliet They were both wrong and did not know what they were getting them selves into It is difficult to feel sympathy because all of the events were repercussions of stupid actions under-taken by the pair If they were a little wiser and more mature then the event surely would not have taken place Due to the lack of intelligence the death of the couple was inevitable I will discuss why it was an impossible situation and why there are no sympathetic emotions towards either Romeo or Juliet After studying the play I have come to a conclusion that if both Romeo and Juliet were smarter they would have realised that it was nothing more than an infatuation They were both only teen-agers and therefore could not have been in love with each other to the point that they made us the reader believe I personally think that it was lust and not love Romeo was in love with the idea of love and switched quickly from Rosaline to Juliet and claimed to be in love At the beginning Romeo was talking about his love for Rosaline and how he could never find another etc etc and so on and so forth That very night he saw Juliet and fell for her and was beginning to obsess that he could never find another and how in love he was This all sounds a little too far fetched for true love Juliet was just another gullible teen-ager when Romeo spoke to her and told her how wonderful she was and how in love he was with her She of course believed
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