The theme of family is communicated by Shakespeare though the members of the two feuding families, Montagues and the Capulets. The continuous ancient grudge between the two families had an influence throughout the whole town of Fair Verona.
Shakespeare demonstrates the idea of family through the members of the Montagues and the Capulets. The Capulet’s were driven by power throughout the first act by conveying their third street brawl in the street, killing innocent bystanders. The idea of family being loyal to each other is expressed through the two families, the Montagues and the Capluets through the families always fight up against each other and can’t create peace for their town.
The aspect of family is displayed throughout Act 1 in the play Romeo and Juliet between the family’s rivalry of the families, Capulets and Montagues. As these two families are not ready to forgive and forget the past. The families are a disturbance to the peace of fair Verona and even Prince Escalus is fed up with their ongoing rivalry and give out a warning of the death penalty if the two families don’t figure out their differences. The Montagues and the Capulets are both stuck in the past of a family feud that begun before they were even born. The families are both too stubborn to move on with their life to release that this feud is just ruining there lives.
As both households too proud to share the dignity, the feud between the two families reached new heights on the streets of the fair Verona. The feud has made these two families to be even hungrier for power and respect but all they are doing is staining their swords with their neighbour’s blood. The families fight for revenge and power and endangering the town’s people of fair Verona.
Shakespeare has conveyed the subject of family through the two families, the Capulets and the Montagues. A family feud which has every member of each family looking for revenge on the other family in the town fair