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The theme of Romeo and Juliet is love and death and there interactions Their love no matter how strong could not evade tragedy Their families were rivals and even fate was not in favor of their love Fate plays a big part in the whole love and death perspective Right from the start of the play we know that the love between Romeo Juliet would end in death even the stars were plotted against them A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life Prologue6 Fate might have been trying to end the battle been the Montagues and the Capulets by taking their most prized possessions their children The fearful passage of their death marked lovePrologue9 Both of these quotes tell us from the beginning that the love of these two young adults was destined to end in death It was fate that Romeo was pardoned at the party by Old Capulet when Tybalt overheard him talking If there would have been a fight Romeo would never have danced with and kissed Juliet which instantly lead to them falling deeply in love and over a short period of time to them secretly married Shakespeare is implying that love leads to destruction The whole play is centered around the love and death of Romeo Juliet Love can bring characters down or up They can be in love and be all happy but if the other person does not like them back then they are miserable This was Romeos state at the start of the play He loved Rosaline but she didnt love him back she was sworn not to wed This was also the case of Paris He was supposed to marry Juliet but she didnt love him back After Romeo And Juliet fall in love they find out that they cannot marry because their families are rivals This might have made their love
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