Romeo and Juliet
In Romeo and Juliet, a long feud between the Montague and the Capulet families disrupt the town of Verona. When Romeo and Juliets eyes first meet at a party and it was love at first sight. From that point on they were more than in love with each other; they could not live without one another. The hatred for each family causes tragic deaths between Romeo and Juliet. Revenge, love and secret marriage forced the star crossed lovers to mature quickly. In the end, fate causes them to commit suicide in despair. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare develops a theme of love with a steamy romance, hatred between the two families, and tragic deaths.
Romeo and Juliet had never met each other once before. But, one night at a party, Romeo was with a relative looking for women. When his eyes met Juliets, it was love at first sight. These two lovers are now inseparable without one another, and tragedy meets them. Romeo and Juliet are so much in love that they cannot stay away from one another. With their families hatred for one another they have to sneak around to be able to be together. Romeos love for Juliet is much stronger than his love for Rosaline. Romeo expresses that he cannot live without her. She has to be in his life forever, or death will meet him.
The abhorrence between these two families has gotten a bit out of control. The audience does not know what the anger towards one another is, so it is hard to understand what is going on. The families cannot even stand to be in the same room as one another. The parents of the two lovers are not accepting the love for each of their children, and Lady Capulet is begging Juliet to marry a guy named Paris. Lady Capulet expresses to the audience how much hatred the families have for one another and explains that there is no way feasible that Romeo and Juliet will ever be together at last.
Romeo and Juliet have a thing called a death-marked love. They cannot help but to love one another. It is almost like a disease to them. When their eyes first met, they automatically dropped everything and fell in love with one another at the drop of a hat. They have an obsession with one another and it is causing tragedy. The audience finds out what the ending will be, but the families have no idea what is going on and thinks Juliet is only grieving over the lose of a relative, Tybalt. In the end however, the family understand why Juliet was really inconsolable. Juliet lost her soul mate, one she could not live without.
The watch arrives, followed closely by the Prince, the Capulets, and Montague. Montague declares that Lady Montague has died of grief over Romeos exile. Seeing their childrens bodies, Capulet and Montague agree to end their long-standing feud and to raise gold statues of their children side-by-side in a newly peaceful Verona. The hatred of the two families finally comes to a conclusion while the two lovers rest in peace together.