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The Results of Excessive Love and Hate Romeo and Juliet was filled with two emotions love and hate Many other emotions were incorporated into this play but none were more defined than those two Exuberant amounts of love and hate can have positive or negative consequences such as death true love or fighting William Shakespeare included all of these into the play Romeo and Juliets death the family feuding the marriage and the two fights between Tybalt and Mercutio and Romeo and Mercutio The incorporation of these elements made the play very interesting They did not imagine that their love would lead to the tragedies that it did These two young people did nothing wrong except fall in love Three aspects of their destruction included the feud between the two families The violence that caused an unwanted death and the most important aspect of all is fate Both love and hate caused Romeo and Juliets death The love Romeo had for Juliet caused him to kill himself when thought that Juliet had killed herself When Juliet woke up from the potion she saw Romeo dead so she killed herself They both would have been alive if it were not for the hate Juliet had for Paris If the marriage between Juliet and Paris had not already been arranged Juliet would not have had to take the death simulating potionRomeo and Juliet were willing to sacrifice their relationship with their families in order to be together The marriage of Romeo and Juliet was forced to be hidden because of their parents and family They were afraid to tell their families because of the consequences It should have been a joyful time but the hatred shared by the two families made it a time of sorrow and regret
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