The Tragedy of "Romeo and Juliet"
William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" is a story filled with misery and the lack of obedience. It takes part in Verona where two families pour hatred over each other passed on from generations. The hatred between the two families leaves two desperate "star-crossed lovers" in despair and tragedy. In this play many characters may be blamed for the tragedy because they do not do their duty. These certain characters include the motherly nurse, the fiery Tybalt, and the holy Friar Laurence.
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