This essay Romeo and Juliet3 has a total of 128 words and 2 pages.
Romeo and Juliet3
Romeo and Juliet was the great Shakespearian play ever written. Perhaps because if his lyrical composition. His use of words are poetic in nature and warmth for the soul. He attracts the hearts of primarily teenage readers with his somewhat sappy love teets and amazes the with his heroic genus at the very end. However what makes Romeo and Juliet so unique is that there was no heroic action at the end of this tragic love story. Both main characters die at the end. However the fact behind their death is what gives the story it\'s demented heroic twist. Their love was so strong for each other that they both committed suicide to be together eternally.
Mandy Rivera, 2000. The mind Of Mandy Rivera
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