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The worlds most enduring love story Romeo and Juliet continues to have as much relevance for a modern day audience as it did in Shakespeares time It is a masterpiece of lyric poetry The story of star-crossed lovers whose struggle for love and happiness in spite of familial opposition ends in senseless death has been called the greatest work of romantic story ever written Romeo and Juliet was written by Shakespeare most probably in 1594 or 1595 Its still popular after it was written around 400 years ago because themes are still relevant We can see them at present time They are human incentives Humans live with them and they dont change by the time Its film versions made as well One of the evidence is that we all heard its still studied at high school and universities There other reasons are the plot development and characters and their development The action of Romeo and Juliet involves two carefully balanced groups of characters At the head of the two feuding families of Verona are Lord and Lady Capulet and Lord and Lady Montague Their children Romeo and Juliet have two cousins who are clearly contrast each other Both family have servants which represent loyalty theme The character development is well-prepared in the play When we first meet Romeo he was a moody rejected lover But he had not always been like this solitary and withdrawn The very fact that his father Benvolio and Mercutio all make so much of his changed humour shows that his present behaviour is a drastic alternation and that he was not like the Romeo they used to know Madam an hour before the worshippd sun peerd forth the golden windows of the east a troubled mind drove me to walk abroad where underneath the grove of sycamore That westward rooteth from this city side So early walking did I see your son Towards him I made
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