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Chaos is found in greatest abundance wherever order is being sought Chaos always defeats order because it is better organized Terry Pratchett author of DISCWORLD series This quote relates to Romeo and Juliet in the sense that they are battling for order among the families and that chaos wins in that Romeo and Juliet must die before the chaos ends William Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet is a dramatic tragedy that teaches us of the religious love felt by Romeo and Juliet and how the hate between their feuding families will dispute this love Throughout the play we learn of themes that center around the rising conflicts of chaos vs disorder of fate vs freewill and the impatient idea of haste makes waste which will eventually cause the title characters downfall in the end In the beginning we learn of the feud between the Montague and Capulet families when a fight breaks out in the market place of Verona A few kinsmen have words and end up in a fight which the prince ends Tybalt a Capulet expresses his hate during the fight when he said What drawn and talk of peace I hate the word as I hate hell all Montagues and thee Have at thee coward Act 1 Scene 1 Line 71 Another example of how the feuding force causes so much chaos in the lives of Romeo and Juliet is when they first meet each other at Lord Capulets party They both fall in love but Juliet realizes how their love would not be accepted when she said My only love sprung from my only hate Too early seen unknown and known too late Prodigious birth of love it is to me that I must love a loathed enemyAct1 Scene 5 Line 152 This force of hate between their families proves to be the only force that denies the true love of Romeo and Juliet One quality that affects the
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