Romeo and Juliet was written about 400 years ago. Although it is old, Romeo and Juliet is still relevant and important to peoples’ lives. The themes used in it are the themes that people enjoy, Shakespeare invented a lot of words people use today, and good for education. Romeo and Juliet is still a great play, still has a impact and entertain contemporary audience.
In Romeo and Juliet, there are many themes. Love, rivalry, arguing with parents, friendship, and fate and destiny. These themes are used today, too. For example, love. Love is the main theme in Romeo and Juliet. Nowadays, love is what most of the stories contain. It can be said that love is the most entertaining theme for the audience. Romeo and Juliet is a master piece and a role modle of love for any other story today. Also a rivalry. The Caplets and the Montague have a conflict. Don’t most of the story contain rivalry today too? This theme can bring great excitement for audience. The idea of fate and destiny. Not only Romeo and Juliet, but all of the citizens in Verona believe that everything happens for a reason, which is fate. Romeo and Juliet was meant to be together, as it explains in the Prologue, line 5, ‘A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life,’ People nowadays still believe in horoscopes and the great power which we cannot do anything about it. Those themes in Romeo and Juliet are still relevant today, so why not romeo and Juliet? Romeo and Juliet is relevant today.
Romeo and Juliet had a great impact on our lives, and still has. Shakespeare, who wrote Romeo and Juliet invented a lot of words which we still use. Shakespeare invented about 1700 words that we use. For example, amazement, critic, and generous. Also phrases, like ‘knock knock! who’s there’. From Romeo and Juliet, there is ‘star-crossed lovers.’ from Prologue. Shakespeare invented a lot of words, that we use. This is a evidence that Romeo and Juliet, and Shakespeare had a lot of impact on people.
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