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Monday, April 08, 2013

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Magash

Not sure Romeo and Juliet is a good example. Many people say that the point of R&J is not romance but civil unrest. The "plague on both your houses" that results when civil authority allows people to solve their problems utilizing swords, rather than courts.
From a literature point of view R&J has every indication of being a Comedy (in the classic Elizabethan sense) that was re-written as a Tragedy. After all simply change the last scene and everyone lives happily ever after (except for the dead friends of course.)

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