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This story is very interesting and also sad. The story of Romeo and Juliet is about a young man and a young woman that fall in love, but their love can not be possible because their families do not like each other. Their families are always fighting. This story takes place in Verona, Italy…

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Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet. Later, the Prince of Verona appears and stops the fight between the two families. The prince proclaimed a sentence of death to any family that starts the fighting again.
In the house of Romeo they are talking about him and they want to find out why is he so sad. Benvolio is Romeo's cousin and he talks to him and he finds out that Romeo is in love with a woman called Rosaline. In the house of Juliet, her parents are talking about marriage. Paris is a relative of the Prince of Verona and wants to get marry with Juliet. Juliet's father says that Juliet is just fourteen years old and that she needs to wait two years to marry and only the man that she chooses.
The father of Juliet invites Paris to a party in his house, so he could meet Juliet. The servant of the Capulet family is sent to invite the guests, but he can't read the list and asks Romeo to help him. (Bevington, 88-109) Benvolio convinces Romeo to go to the party, so he could meet more women and forget about Rosaline. When Romeo and Juliet saw each other they fall in love. Tybalt is Juliet's cousin and he is very mad at Romeo. Then, Romeo goes to visit Friar Lawrence and tells him that now he loves Juliet. (Asimov 112-120)
Friar Lawrence is a Franciscan Monk. Soon, Friar Lawrence marries Romeo and Juliet. Then, Romeo kills Tybalt in revenge because he killed his friend Mercutio. ...
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