Romeo an Juliet Themes

Romeo and Juliet Essay
In the Story of Romeo and Juliet, I believe the most important themes shown in the story are the themes of Social Conflict, Love and Destiny. As the prologue of the play already states; two households, both alike in dignity, from ancient grudge break to new mutiny. From forth the fatal loins of these two foes a pair of star-crossed lovers, take their life.
Two households, both alike in dignity this quote in the prologue already opens to us the Rivalry of the two families Montague and Capulet. Of these conflicts, as it is shown, where the hatred and fighting cause the two households to be encapsulated in a bitter hatred, which throws the Beautiful city of Verona into huge turmoil. From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where civil blood makes civil hands unclean. This shows us how the Ensuing conflict had caused the city to become a battlefield between these two Powerful and influential families. The conflict also displays how the City’s citizens are Stained with violence and killing due to the civil brawls of the two Families. The Social conflict and turmoil of the city are also the fatal flaws of the two families. They are so deep in the hate for each other, that any thought of friendship between them is not ever dreamed of.
What drawn and talk of peace? I hate the word, as I hate all Montagues and thee. This quote from Tybalt, Capulet’s nephew, shows the immense hatred felt by the families toward each other. As   in the first scene shows, The city is in a brawl due to a simple and very mild reason, of the servants from the two different houses taking an small insult. The quote also shows how willing the youth of each family are ready to fight each other as it had almost become a tradition for both the houses members to fight.   Romeo, the love I bear thee can afford no better term than this: Thou art a Villain. This shows the disregard felt toward Romeo after Tybalt had seen him at the Capulet Ball.
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