There is more than just romantic love in this play there is a love of family, a love of pride and a love of title.
Their great love was deeper and powerful and overtook their emotions and loyalties to their families.
(The entire section is 1,116 words.) One of the most important issues in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is that of choice.
Do the characters have the ability to choose what they want to do, or are they simply destined to participate in death and destruction?
The hatred between the two houses is the reason that Romeo and Juliet were forced to be so secretive about their love for one another.
Love ultimately wins out in this play although at a great cost.
In William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, a couple of teenagers from two houses fall in love in Verona during the Renaissance.
Unfortunately the love they have cannot live through they hate their families have for each other.
That being so, the cause of the ongoing mutiny that is played out before us does not stem solely from strong parental domination but also from the weak authority of the state as embodied in Prince Escalus.
The play moves directly from the Prologue to a lower case example of the mutiny as a confrontation unfolds between servants of the Capulet and Montague households.