Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.

Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.

Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.

Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.

When Juliet says ‘that I must love a loathed enemy’ she and Shakespeare are telling us a lot about prejudice, bigotry and blind hatred both in the play ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and in the world in general through the ages of history. For example, Juliet does not loathe Romeo’s family – she has never even met them as far as we are told in the play. Living in old times when aristocratic girls were very protected and shelterd, it is unlikely that she has even been witness to the petty street fighting and brawls – though she may have heard about them. So she has no reason to personally hate the family. The dangerous thing about hate is when it is inherited mindlessly and needlessly and the pain and trouble it causes – as mentioned by the Prince who is worried where it will all lead.
Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.
Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.
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Explain how Romeo and Juliet each react upon learning each others identity.
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