Romeo and Juliet Written by William Shakespeare is a story about two

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Romeo and Juliet, Written by William Shakespeare, is a story about two lovers who try to get into a relationship even through a war between their families, the Montagues and Capulets. In the story there is a boy named Romeo, who, throughout the course of the story, changes from a comic character into a more mature one due to his love for Juliet amidst the war between their families.Even at the start of the story, Romeo is shown to the reader as a comical and cynical lover, a person whose feelings of love are ill received by the lady that he has the hots for and Romeo uses the poetic language of sonnets and figurative language to express all of his emotions about his situation in every moment. Romeo’s extremely exaggerated language in his many of his early speeches show him as a very young and very inexperienced lover who loves the concept of being in love, rather than having a relationship with the woman herself. The entire story has a prevalent interest on the characters’ eyes and the very act of their looking accords with Romeo’s misguided role as a blind lover who doesn’t believe that there could be another lady more fair than his Rosaline. Romeo persistently denies that he could be deluded by love, which is the “religion”” of his eye. This zeal and misguided thought process