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    How does Shakespeare present the tragedy of love in Romeo and Juliet?

    What are some things I could write about for this?
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    no idea. I haven't done this. Im doing merchant of venice
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    (Original post by in omnia paratus)
    How does Shakespeare present the tragedy of love in Romeo and Juliet?

    What are some things I could write about for this?
    https://prezi.com/73frrqsx6vba/romeo...e-and-tragedy/ not sure if this is any help!
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    In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare presents love as a transcendental force to societal pressures and expectations of conformity. Love in this play is something that all the characters revolve around and and it acts as opposition to the feud that is an ongoing throughout, almost a buffer that is preventing certain characters from fighting. However, it's a double edged sword because as constructive as it is presented to be it is also destructive, as it ultimately ends up causing the demise of the two protagonists. Hope this helps!
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    (Original post by AnnaMossy)
    https://prezi.com/73frrqsx6vba/romeo...e-and-tragedy/ not sure if this is any help!
    This really helps, thank you
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    (Original post by in omnia paratus)
    How does Shakespeare present the tragedy of love in Romeo and Juliet?

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    i did present it by using w'rds and emotions
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    (Original post by Kanairee)
    In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare presents love as a transcendental force to societal pressures and expectations of conformity. Love in this play is something that all the characters revolve around and and it acts as opposition to the feud that is an ongoing throughout, almost a buffer that is preventing certain characters from fighting. However, it's a double edged sword because as constructive as it is presented to be it is also destructive, as it ultimately ends up causing the demise of the two protagonists. Hope this helps!
    This is a great example, thank you so much
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    (Original post by Sheikhspeare II)
    i did present it by using w'rds and emotions
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    (Original post by yoloman123)
    no idea. I haven't done this. Im doing merchant of venice
    That's alright, thanks anyway.
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    (Original post by in omnia paratus)
    This is a great example, thank you so much
    No problem glad I could help
 
 
 
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