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Importance of Relationships in Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado about Nothing

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When you walk down the street you notice millions of different kinds of people. Some with a piercing, some with bunch of friends and some with a book in their hands. What is it that makes people so different from one another? Our personality and our character are not born with us, but they are influenced by our actions and the people around us. When we are young we are around our family and they teach us their tradition, which becomes the building blocks for our personality. However, where do traditions come from and what happens when someone fails to follow the traditions? Questions like these have no definite answers but different point of views. Shakespeare for example shares his point of view about traditions in his two famous plays “Romeo and Juliet” and “Much Ado about Nothing.”
In both Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado about Nothing Shakespeare shows the importance of relationships and family roles. In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare shows that arranged marriages was a tradition and as lord Capulet said to Juliet “If you are mine, I’ll give you to my friend; if you are not, hang,...


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