Gregory and Sampson are not the type of people you would want to run into in a dark alley, especially if you're from the house of Montague. Their view of love you could say is the complete opposite of Romeo and Juliet. While Romeo and Juliet's love is pure Sampson and Gregory's view of love are vulgar, so sad to see such a once pure word love' be used in the lowest form possible to describe the views of Gregory and Sampson. One of the traits Sampson shows is sexism, "women being the weaker vessels are ever thrust to the wall" Sampson is illustrating sexism by saying that women are inferior to men being the weaker vessels and using that in the same sentence as that he will thrust them to the wall, this being interpreted in a sexual meaning. Carrying on with his conversation with Gregory he continues to say that he will cut of the heads of the maids or their "maidenheads, take it in what sense thou wilt" interpreting this in both sense; in killing the... [continues]
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