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  1. Introduction
  2. Moments of speech
  3. Sharing time
  4. The Friar
  5. The strength of Romeo and Juliet's love
  6. Juliet's speech
  7. Conclusion

William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is the story of two young teenagers infatuated with each other, but their love is forbidden by their respected families. Romeo, a Montague, and Juliet, a Capulet, must hide their relationship from everyone, for word of their being together would cause havoc and feuds between their families. The disapproval of their relationship forced the two lovers to see each other only in secret during the night, thus creating a buildup of excitement and anticipation for their nights together.

[...] A write up on Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is the story of two young teenagers infatuated with each other, but their love is forbidden by their respected families. Romeo, a Montague, and Juliet, a Capulet, must hide their relationship from everyone, for word of their being together would cause havoc and feuds between their families. The disapproval of their relationship forced the two lovers to see each other only in secret during the night, thus creating a buildup of excitement and anticipation for their nights together. [...]


[...] Juliet also views her love and time shared with Romeo as fun and exciting, like that of a festival. Juliet is very young in age and comparing herself to an impatient child is something she is familiar with, unlike these intense and strong emotions she is feeling for Romeo. Turning the situation into something she can familiarize herself with can help her handle all the confusion and passion of her relationship. This passage spoken by Juliet expresses a lot of emotions from someone of such a young age. [...]

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