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Love: The Tragedy and The Comedy.
Love has lived in many ways throughout time. One good example would be Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet". In this story, love is shown between young Romeo (house of Montague) and Juliet (house of Capulet). love is portrayed in three different forms: love for friends, enemies and for lovers.
Love for friends was shown many times throughout the play. Romeo was in love with a girl, Rosaline, who didn't feel the same way about him, as he felt about her. Another problem was, Romeo was distracted and could only think of Rosaline. He also thought no woman could be as fair as she. Romeo's…
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