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Romeo and Juliet is written in a language of its own It is not comprehendible by just reading It takes lots of time to think and try to comprehend and make sense of the poetic language Shakespeare uses After its finally all understood you have to make sense of all the confusion of adolescence gender and fate Shakespeare shows how love happens not the way its supposed to but it can still lead to true love While the characters seem mature they are only children This is just how confusing and atypical his way of writing is All things happen for a reason Theres a word for this Fate Fate plays a huge role in Romeo in Juliet The most important part of the play all comes about because of fate When Romeo and Juliet meet it doesnt just happen because they go on a blinde date or they meet almost anonymously through a friend They lay eyes on each other at a party they werent even intended to meet at and all of a sudden they fall in love Romeo thought he was in love with another girl Rosaline but he couldnt even remember her name after pondering across Juliet The way it all goes about is due to fate They are from opposing houses which means they are told not to fall in love but to stay away and become enemies Sometimes though things happen and this is due to fate Part of growing up is maturing Maturing though happens slowly and at a slow but reasonable pace In this play it seems that the characters arent of their stated ages Juliet is mature for her age She is only thirteen yet she acts like shes 25 She talks about how in love she is She wants to have sex with Romeo These are all things that people much older than thirteen would think about She talks like she is a woman She
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