Romeo And Juliet

, is a story of two young lovers, whose love
whose love would bring them much more than they had ever hoped for. They did not imagine that their love would lead to the tragedies that it did. In theory, these two young people did nothing wrong except fall in love. Reasons for their demise in this world so early in their lives included the feud between the two families, Juliet’s father making decisions that would greatly impact her life without her consultation, and the most important aspect of all is fate.
The feud between the two families was one factor that
contributed to the love of being destined for
destruction. "From ancient grudge break to new mutiny". (Romeo &
Juliet, ...

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their secret, they would have made their children's lives
miserable; furthermore, Romeo and Juliet would not have been able to see each
other. Both of these families were very stubborn and there was hardly
any thing that would have made them become friends. In the prologue
we learn that the only way the "strife" could be ended was by the
deaths of Romeo and Juliet. We must remember that both Romeo and Juliet are the heir’s to their family as they are the only children in the family that will assume head of the house when their predecessors pass-on. "Doth with their death bury their
parent's strife". (Romeo & Juliet, Prologue, l.8) Neither the
Montague nor the Capulet families would have accepted the marriage. Keeping
the marriage a secret caused Romeo and Juliet to turn to other people
for help; however, sometimes these people gave them the wrong advice or
betrayed them.

A second reason why Romeo and Juliet’s relationship was ...

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