Romeo and Juliet: Comparing Banishment to Death
I believe that banishment would be a far superior fate when compared to death. With banishment, one would never see one's friends, relatives, or other loved ones ever again, in addition to the obvious consequence of having to start all over again financially (buying a new house, getting a new job, etc.). This would be terrible for most people, although there are undoubtedly a few who would in fact prefer this "punishment" over their current situation.
Death has no real advantages over banishment, as death includes nearly every consequence associated with banishment. …
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