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Thoughts on Shakespeare's " Romeo and Juliet"

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Well I am an avid fan of all things Shakespeare, so I am a little biased when I say that I enjoyed it. I consider it to be one of his best full length plays right after Hamlet. It contains 2 key elements that make it a lasting play: 1) the theme of fighting for love, it never ceases to get old and Hollywood knows it. 2) a poetic rhyme scheme, which may not entice everyone, but you cannot deny the delicate thoughts that must go into such a play. That's about it, if you would like more in depth thoughts on Romeo and Juliet or Shakespeare in general go to Good Luck!
ugh. i don't really like tragities.... i love happy endings, but Shakespeare is a genius withh stories, so i think it's pretty good. i'ts really an interesting story.

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i hav never read that book.............

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