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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
The play, Romeo and Juliet, is almost every girl's fantasy relationship. Almost all girls want someone to fall in love at first sight, be so confident that the relationship will last, and someone who will treat them like a queen.
Romeo is a guy that is really smooth and knows all the right words to say. He is the type of guy who will bring his girl some flowers for no apparent reason at all. He's the type who will throw pebbles at her window because he can't stand to be away from her. He's the type of guy who wants nothing more than his girl's attention. He is also very confident that his relationship will last. He's confident because never before has he seen true beauty until this night. He's even willing to marry Juliet after they've known each other for like 3 hours (: Every girl wants a guy like that. Every girl wants her prince charming.
Juliet is the type of girl who does all that her parents tell her to. She is the type of girl who has probably never been in love before she met Romeo. Juliet is smart, beautiful, wise, and mature. She will do anything to make her parents happy. I guess everything changed after she met Romeo. I can't imagine what happens in the end, since they all die anyway:P
I really like reading this play, instead of just hearing bits and pieces. The language is easier to understand because of the side notes even if the author is trying to be cool... she’s really not. I mean come on! Homie? Romeo's Peep's? Who says that?
I hope you enjoyed my review on Romeo and Juliet(:
Article posted March 1, 2012 at 11:45 AM •
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Emily, you are so straight forward with me. I admire that about you. You are a very great writer and you are very practical. I'm taking it that, THAT'S why you don't completely understand my point of view. I'm a big dreamer and I have a huge imagination! I'm more of a romantic girl You are very practical. That's my favorite part about your personality.! :D
Comment Posted on May 10, 2012 at 12:27 PM by
This is a very nice review, but I can't help but feel you're romanticizing their brashness. Remember, just a few minutes before Romeo met Juliet, he was in love with Rosaline. Also, how well do you think people can get to know each-other in three hours? Certainly not well enough to get married. While Romeo’s dedication is admirable, a relationship like that wouldn’t work out in reality. It didn’t even work out in the play. I know I wouldn’t want a relationship like theirs, but I guess some people would…?
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