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论罗密欧与朱丽叶的爱情观 --毕业论文

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【标题】论罗密欧与朱丽叶的爱情观【作者】陈雪松【关键词】《罗密欧与朱丽叶》人物刻画爱情观【指导老师】【专业】英语【正文】IIntroductionWilliamShakespeareisconsideredasoneofthegreatestwritersinthehistoryandshowshisuniqueopinionsofEuropeanRenaissanceperiodAllofhisworksarebasedonthefeudalismSothoseworksreflecthisviewsonthesocietyatthattimeItwasearlyinthemiddlethcenturywhenShakespearewasfirstintroducedtoChinaFromthenon,hisworkshaveinfluencedtheChineseliteraryproductionandstageItisfromtheearlythcenturywhenacademicstudyofShakespearefounditswayintothiscountryAndbasedondevelopmentsduringnearlyahundredyears,China’sShakespeareSociety(nowchangedtoChina’sShakespeareAcademy)wasfoundedinManyscholars,writersandartistshavemadetheircontributionstobuildingupanindividual,systematicstudyofShakespeareandhisworks,whichincludehistragedies,literarybackground,characterization,andsoonRomeoandJulietisawellknownliterarycreationinthewesternandChinesehistoryItisclassifiedasagreatlovetragedyinthatitsheroesandheroinesfirststruggledintheconflictbetweenloveandfeudalism,andatlastofhighersocialclass,soShakespearehadagoodupbringingAlthoughtherearenorecords,itseemsthatShakespeareattendedthelocalgrammarschoolbutnotuniversityatStratforduponAvon,wherehewasbornSoShakespeareisconsideredas“theswanofAvon”In,whenShakespearewas,hemarriedAnneHathaway,whowaseightyearsolderthanhewasTheyhadthreechildrenShakespearewroteplaysandsonnetsHebeganworkinginhishometownofStratford,butbyhewaswritinginLondonHebecamerichenoughtobuyahouseinthecapitalandoneinStratfordIn,Shakespearebecamealeadingmemberofthenewlyformedactingcompany,theLordChamberlain'sMenThiscompanybecametheKing'sMenwhenJamesIwasmadekingShakespearestayedwiththemfortherestofhiscareerIn,thecompanyoccupiedthenowfamousGlobetheatreinLondonShakespearelivedandworkedinLondon,whilehisfamilyremainedinStratfordBuiltonthebanksoftheRiverAvontheRoyalShakespeareTheatreisthemainbasefortheRoyalShakespeareCompanyManydistinguishedBritishactorsandactresseshavebeenassociatedwiththetheatreYoucanevenseeoneofShakespeare’splaysbeingperformedinhis“hometown”Nowadays,ShakespearebecomesasymbolofnationalcultureHewrotesadplayscalledtragedies,likeRomeoandJuliet,funnystoriesorcomedies,romanticstoriesandstoriesabouthistoricalfiguressuchasJuliusCaesarShakespearediedonhisbirthdayin,almostyearsagoButwhyishisworkstillpopulartodayThatis,Shakespearecanwriteskillfullyindifferentpoeticforms,andhasanamazingwealthofvocabularyandidiomShakespeare'sinfluenceontheEnglishlanguagecanstillbefelttodayWetalkabout“fairplay”,meaninghonestbehaviorbutthisphrasewasfirstusedbyShakespeareHecoinedthephrase“youcanhavetoomuchofagoodthing”AnditwasShakespearewhocameupwiththeexpressiontodisappear“intothinair”whichwestillusetodaywhenwelosesomethingShakespeareisaboveallwritersinthepastandinthepresenttimeBShakespeare’sDramaDramaisverypopularinBritainItisthetraditionalentertainmentforBritishpeopleAsweknow,EnglandisadevelopedcountryBritishpeoplehavemuchmorefreetimeandmoneytodowhattheylikeTheirgoodwelfaremakesthemhaveahigherlivingstandardandwelleducatedButifwewanttotalkaboutBritishDrama,itcannotavoidmentioningShakespeare,whomallBritishpeopleregardasanhonorAndperhapsthisistherealreasonwhytheylikedramasomuchShakespeareisthemostimportantrepresentativeintheRenaissancePeriodofEnglishLiteratureHisdramalookedatcommonhumanthemes,suchasbetrayal,murder,lust,power,ambitionandloveThesethemesareasmuchapartofhumannaturetodayastheywereallthoseyearsagoandarethethemesweseeinmodernsoapoperasandHollywoodfilmsEventhoughhistheatre,TheGlobe,burneddowninitwasrebuiltinLondoninandyoucanstillseehisdramaperformedtheretodayShakespeare’sdramahasbeentranslatedintoeverymajorlanguageintheworldAndperhapswe'llstillbeasfascinatedbyhisdramaShakespeare’stragedieswereofastonishingvarietyinpresentment,dramaticmovement,andincharacterizationThecharactersdifferintheirsex,age,stateoflife,virtuesandvices,butallofthemshowdistinctivemarkseveniftheirpartswereveryshortShakespeare’sgreatesttragediesare:Hamlet,Othello,KingLear,andMacbethTheyhavesomecharacteristicsincommonEachportrayssomenoblehero,whofacestheinjusticeofhumanlifeandiscaughtinadifficultsituationandwhosefateiscloselyconnectedwiththefateofthewholenationEachherohashisweaknessofnatureHiscomediesbringusintohappyandidealworldswithsinging,dancing,harmonywithnatureandfreedomfromthevicesoftheworldTheyproveShakespearetobeagreathumanistwriterTakenasawhole,itcouldbesaidthatShakespeare’searlyworksshowedoptimismandhisbeliefthatloveandbenevolencewilltriumphovereverythingandconcernforapeacefulandunifiedEnglandwhereashislaterworks,withdeepinsight,broughttolightcontradictionsbetweenthehumanistsandthedarkandbrutalfeudalandcapitalistrealityShakespeareusedhisdramatonarratethehappyandsadlifeoftheworldAllhisliteraryworksprofoundlydecayedfeudalsocietyHisdramaisaninexhaustibletreasuryHisdramasarethesoulofBritishculturemorethanakindofgracefulandpureartonlyBritishpeoplearesoproudoftheManthatmanycelebrationsaresettocommemoratehimCRomeoandJulietRomeoandJulietwasaproductoftheEnglishRenaissancewrittenbyShakespeareinAnditembodiedthelifeinthefeudalsocietyIthasthesamethemeasShakespeare’sotherworks,thatis,theconflictbetweenloveandfeudalismAlthoughthemaincharacterswerefaithfultolove,thereexistedsimplytoomanyobstaclesontheirwaystotrueloveInordertoprotecttheirlove,theystoodagainsttheirrespectivefeudalfamiliesButtheyfailedanddiedforloveintheendRomeoandJuliet’sfamiliesweredeadlyenemiesButtheyfellindeeplovewitheachotherattheirfirstsightattheballAndpassionlentthempowerTheyexchangedtheirfaithfulvowofloveunderthemoonlightSuchloveaffairsbetweenthefamiliesinfeudcertainlyledtogreatconflictInordertoprotecttheirlove,RomeoandJuliettookallkindsofactionstorevoltagainstthefeudalismWiththehelpofPriestLaurence,theygotmarriedveryquicklywithouttellingtheirparentsAtthesametime,theoldLordCapulethadbeenplanningforhisdaughterJuliet’sfutureHehadchosenanoblemannamedParistobeherhusbandHesupposedthatJulietwouldfeelhonoredandgladtoaccepthimasahusbandButinsteadofcheeringJuliet,thisnewsservedbuttoincreasehermiserySheperplexedhermotherbyherplaindistressSherefusedtomarryParisAndherexcusesmadeherparentsexasperatedItseemedtoherfatherthatshewasputtingobstaclesinthewayofherowngoodfortuneSohesternlyorderedhertobereadybyThursdayInherextremity,JulietdecidedtoseekhelpofthekindpriestShesaidtherewasnothingshewouldnotface,eventhedeathbyherownhands,ratherthangiveupRomeoandmarryParisInordertobetogetherwithRomeo,JuliettookthemedicinebravelyontheeveoftheweddingdayandlostconsciousnessRomeogotthenewsofher“death”andfeltanextremityofdespairHethoughthewouldhavenojoywhenJulietwasdeadSohekissedherandthendrankthepoisonWhenJulietcametoherself,shefoundherRomeowasdead,soshekilledherselfwithadaggerTheclimaxoftheconflictresultedinthispairwinningtheirlove,butwiththesacrificeoftheirlivesIIITheCharacterizationoftheProtagonistsPeoplearenotisolated,especiallyfortheleadingrolesinaplaylivinginspecificenvironments,peopletendtoinheritpartoftheircharactertraitsfromtheirsurroundingsAndtheircharactersdecidetheirwillThentheywilltakeallkindsofactionsunderthecontroloftheirwillsThispartwillexaminehowthecharacterizationsinthisdramacontributetotheliteratureAThePersonalitiesoftheProtagonistsThePersonalitiesinRomeoandJulietaredirectandconcrete:weknowtheinnerworldofthepersonbywhattheysaidandwhattheydidBecauseofthedifferentculturebackgroundsandtheirinfluences,RomeoandJulietsaweachotheratabanquet,theyfellinloveandRomeokissedJulietSheacceptedandaskedhimtodothatagainRomeo:Thusfrommylips,bythinemysinispurged(kissesher)Juliet:ThenhavemylipsthesinthattheyhavetookRomeo:Sinfrommylips,Otrespasssweetlyurged!Givememysinagain(Kissedher)Juliet:Youkissbythebook(Actone,SceneV)RomeoandJulietwerefullofyouthfulspiritandbravery,andtheyweresonaiveandunaffectedthatpeoplecouldfeelromancefromthemRomeowasanenthusiasticyoungman,bothpeacelovingandcourageousWhenhesawafightwashappeningbetweenTybaltandhisfriends,hedidhisbesttointervene,beatingdowntheswordsoftheiropponentsWhenhesawTybaltmortallywoundedhisfriendonhisaccount,heprovokedTybalttoafightandinstantlykilledhimInordertoshowhisfaithfullovetoJuliet,heriskedhislifetoclimboverthewallsoftheorchardtomeetherandexchangetheirlove’sfaithfulvowsRomeo:Withlove’slightwingsdidIo’erperchthesewallsForstonylimitscannotholdloveout,Andwhatlovecando,thatdaresloveattemptThereforethykinsmenarenostoptomeJuliet:Iftheydoseethee,theywillmurdertheeRomeo:Alack,thereliesmoreperilinthineeyeThentwentyoftheirswords!Lookthoubutsweet,AndIamproofagainsttheirenmity(ActTwo,SceneII)FromRomeo’sownspeech,werecognizehiscouragetogoseehisJuliet,hisclevernesstoescapefromtheCapulet’smenandeagernesstohaveJulietashiswifeAndthenhewaswillingtothrowawayhisfamilynameHecouldevengiveuphispreciouslifeforlovingJulietandstayingtogetherforeverJulietwasanaiveandlivelygirlShewasbraveanddecisive,cleverandresourcefulBeingastrongcharacter,sherepresentedthepowerofhopeIntheloveaffairwithRomeo,shewasthedominantpartItseemsthatpowerofherlovewouldneverdryupJuliet:Mybountyisasboundlessasthesea,MyloveasdeepthemoreIgivetothee,ThemoreIhave,forbothareinfinite(ActTwo,SceneII)ShelovedRomeoanddevotedallherheartintoloveJuliet:goaskhisnameIfhebemarried,Mygraveisliketobemyweddingbed(ActOne,SceneV)InhersecretrendezvousboundlesswithRomeo,indealingwithherparents’forcingofhermarriagetoParis,sheshowedextraordinaryintelligenceSheputforwardeverypleashecouldthinkoftostopordelaytheprojectedmarriageShepleadedthatsheknewtoolittleoftheproposedhusband,thatshewastooyoungformarriage,thatitwasstilltoosoonafterthedeathofTybaltWhenshefailedtopersuadeherparentstodelaythewedding,shetookPriestLaurence’sadviceanddrankthephialbravelyHereJuliet’sbravecharacterwasshownthroughwhatshesaidanddidShewasacompleterebelofthefeudalismsocietyShewasboldenoughtoseekloveindefianceoftheenmityofthetwofamiliesAfterthefirstsightofRomeo,sheknewhewastheonlysonofherfather’sgreatenemyButshewasstilldeterminedtolovehimandmadeappointmentfortheirtrystThenshedecidedtoarrangeformarriageandlayallherfortunesatRomeo’sfootandfollowherhusbandthroughouttheworldWhenshefoundthatherloverhaddied,shekilledherselftoshowherloyaltytoRomeoandthetenacitytopursuehappylifeShewouldratherdiethanmarryParis,whomshedidnotloveatallTheenthusiasticloveencouragedhertothrowawayalltheshynessandsaiddirectlytoherlover:“Pleasetellmewhereyougo,Iwilldedicatemyselftoyou,andgowithyoutoanyplace”BothRomeoandJulietwentaheadwithoutanyhesitationTheyjustfollowedtheirnaturalinstinct,neveraccommodatedthemselvestothefeudalethicsTheyvividlydisplayedthehumanistspiritoftheEnglishRenaissanceBTheLoveoftheProtagonistsNothingcanseparatetwopeoplebeinginloveTheloveoftheprotagonistsinRomeoandJulietisverypowerfulAnditmeansthatlovecanconquereverythingButlovecanalsodestroymanythingsInordertopurifylove,RomeoandJulietbrokethroughtheobstructionofthefamilyAndtheyelopedwitheachotherboldlyShakespearesaidthateveryoneofusisanactor,lifeislikeaplayandtheworldislikeahugestageinthetheaterEveryonehastheirownpartsandscriptsthatcannotbechangedandtheymustfollowThisiswhatwecallfate,anunchangeableprocessoflifeIntheplayofRomeoandJuliet,ShakespearedescribesthemastwostarcrossedloversTheirstorywaswrittenonthestarlongbeforetheywereevenbornTheymeteachother,theyfellinlovewitheachotherthentheydiedandendedthestoryAllthosehappenedbecauseofloveLoveisaforcethatmakeseverythingchangedincludingthestoryofRomeoandJuliet,inwhichitadvancedtheplotandbroughttheultimatedeathoftheprotagonistsInthisdramathelovefatehappenedfrequentlyAfteralltheentiredramawasfullofchance,circumstanceandcoincidenceonlove,whichpushedtheplotstogoonandcontrolledJulietandRomeo’slives,controlledthestoryJulietandRomeo,twostarcrossedloversblessedbyfatewheretheymeetwerealsocursedbylovefatewheretheydiedTheauthorofRomeoandJuliet,Shakespeare,wasthemostoutstandingwriterintheperiodoftheEnglishRenaissanceAndthefeatureoftheEnglishRenaissancewashumanity,whichencouragedhumanbeingtoenjoythehappinessinloveinthislifeIVTheViewsonLoveintheDramaATheMainCharacters’ViewsonLoveMostofthetraditionalworksmustexpresscharacters’feelingdirectly,suchasthisdrama,whichalsoreflectsviewsofallthecharactersonloveDifferentLoveViewsoftheTwoGenerationsLoveisaneverlastingtopicInthisdrama,differentgenerationshavedifferentviewsonloveJulie’sparentsmadeamisunderstandingandthoughtthatshewassadofhercousin’sdeathTherefore,theyorderedJuliettogetmarriedwithParisAllthisreflectsthattheoldgenerationsatthattimewereverydespoticonloveTheyopposedfreelovebecauseoftheviewsoffogyismItwasinvainforJuliettostandagainstherparents,soshehadtoturntoPriestLaurenceforhelpAndPriestLaurencegaveheraliquidmedicine,whichwouldmakehersleepdeeplyandlooklikedeadSolongasRomeocamebackandtookheraway,theirloveandliveswouldbesavedButunfortunately,thepriestdidnotsendthelettertoRomeointimebecauseofthepestilenceAfterRomeocametotheCemetery,hemisunderstoodthatJuliethaddiedAsaresult,hedrankthepoisonAfterseveralminutes,JulietwokeupbutshealsokilledherselfforloveRomeoandJuliet’sloveprovedthattheyounggenerationscangiveupsomethingimportanttoacompleteloveItreflectedthecontradictionsexistingbetweentheadvancedyouthandthebackwardsocialsystemthatistheoldgenerationsAndthisdramastirreduppeople’scourageandconfidencetopursuefreedomandhappiness,especiallyintheyounggenerationsatthattimeTheReasonsfortheDifferencesShakespeare’smajorcharactersareindividualsrepresentingcertaintypesHesucceedsinexploringthecharacters’innermindThesoliloquiesinhisplaysfullyrevealtheinnerconflictofhischaractersShakespearealsoportrayshischaractersinpairswhichwillbringvividnesstohischaractersShakespeare'sRomeoandJulietdoesnotcoincidewithAristotle'stragictheoriesitismorelikeacomedyDuringtheperiodwhenfeudalismwasdeclining,humanismwasnottotallyestablishedSomeobstinatefeudalistconventionssuchasbloodrevengestillexistedintheformerbigfeudalfamilies,andbecamethelastfortresstostruggleFromabove,wecanknowthatthemainthemeistheconflictbetweenloveandfeudalismSoRomeoandJulietwasaproductoffeudalismItobjectsfeudalismandhasagreatinfluenceonboththepeopleandthesocietyTheResultsoftheDifferencesInordertoprotecttheirlove,RomeoandJuliettookallkindsofactionstorevoltagainstthefeudalismWiththehelpofPriestLaurence,theygotmarriedveryquicklywithouttellingtheirparentsAtthesametime,theoldLordCapulethadbeenplanningforhisdaughterJuliet’sfutureHehadchosenanoblemannamedParistobeherhusbandHesupposedthatJulietwouldfeelhonoredandgladtoaccepthimasahusbandButinsteadofcheeringJuliet,thisnewsservedbuttoincreasehermiserySheperplexedhermotherbyherplaindistressSherefusedtomarryParisAndherexcusesmadeherparentsexasperatedItseemedtoherfatherthatshewasputtingobstaclesinthewayofherowngoodfortuneSohesternlyorderedhertobereadybyThursdayInherextremity,JulietdecidedtoseekhelpofthekindpriestShesaidtherewasnothingshewouldnotface,eventhedeathbyherownhands,ratherthangiveupRomeoandmarryParisInordertobetogetherwithRomeo,JuliettookthemedicinebravelyontheeveoftheweddingdayandlostconsciousnessRomeogotthenewsofher“death”andfeltanextremityofdespairHethoughthewouldhavenojoywhenJulietwasdeadSohekissedherandthendrankthepoisonWhenJulietcametoherself,shefoundherRomeowasdead,soshekilledherselfwithadaggerIftheywouldnotfightfortheviewsonloveinthefeudalismandadheretotheirparents’views,theywouldhaveanotherendMaybetheywouldlivewithotherpersonsnotconsideringtheirloveSotheywouldnothavesacrificedtheirpreciouslivesBTheAuthor’sViewsonLoveTheFormationofHisViewsonLoveAlthoughtherearenorecords,itseemsthatShakespeareattendedthelocalgrammarschoolatStratforduponAvon,wherehewasbornAsweknowthatin,ShakespearemarriedAnneHathaway,whowaseightyearsolderthanhewasAllthisreflectsthathewasalsothecasualtyofthatsocietyoffeudalismAndhealsohadnochoicestoexpresshisloveatthattimeShakespeare’sdramasaretheproductoftheBritishsociallifeduringtheRenaissanceandculturaldevelopmentAtthattime,Shakespeare’shumanisticworldviewsweregraduallytakenshapeAndhisworkswerefilledwithhumanismspiritofoptimismandfullofhumanisticidealsItisinthisgreathistoricalbackgroundthatShakespeare’sprotagonistsinthefirstimagearerebelliouscharacterBasedonthis,heformedhisspecialviewsonloveTheWaysHeExpressedHisViewsonLoveShakespeareexpressedhisviewsonlovefromthefollowingaspects:Shakespeare’smajorcharacters:Inthisdrama,Shakespeare’smajorcharactersareindividualsrepresentingcertaintypesShakespearesucceedsinexploringthecharacters’innermindThesoliloquiesinRomeoandJulietfullyrevealtheinnerconflictofhischaractersShakespearealsoportrayshischaractersinpairswhichwillbringvividnesstohischaractersShakespeare’splays’plotconstruction:Shakespeare’splaysarewellknownfortheiradroitplotconstructionShakespeareusuallyborrowstheplotsfromsomeoldplaysorstorybooks,orfromancientGreekandRomansourcesTomaketheplaymorelivelyandcompact,hewouldshortenthetimeandintensifythestoryShakespeare’slanguage:Shakespearewroteskillfullyindifferentforms,eitherformalonesorinformalonesHehasanamazingwealthofvocabularyandidiominthisdramaHiscoinageofnewwordsanddistortionofthemeaningoftheoldonesalsocreatestrikingeffectsonthereaderShakespeareisaboveallwritersinthepastandinthepresenttimeInthisdrama,ShakespeareuseddifferentwaystoexpressthethemeBesides,hehadsomeotherwaystotransferhisviewsonlovetousHeusedhisdramatonarratethehappyandsadlifeoftheworldVTheInfluencesandSignificanceofRomeoandJulietATheInfluencesRomeoandJuliethasgreatinfluencesbothonthattimeandtodayAndithastherealisticsignificancetotheworldRomeoandJulietreflectsthecharacteristicsofShakespeare’searlycreativityAndRomeoandJulieteulogizesthefaithfulnessofloveandthespiritofpursuinghappinessTheplay,thoughatragedy,ispermeatedwithoptimisticspiritSoithasagreatinfluenceonPeople’sviewonloveatthattimeMoreandmorepeoplewantedtopursueaperfectloveTheopinionsofloveinthisdramastillhavesomeinspirationtothemodernsocietyModernpeopleareinfluencedbyRomeoandJuliet,andwhattheypursueisthespiritoflove,notthephysicalthingsTheyareinspiredwiththiskindofloveRomeoandJulietaddedasadatmospheretothewholeplay,whichmadepeoplethinkwhatthetrueloveisAstimechanges,itchangestheconfusinginterpretationofthedramaMoreandmorepeopleareattractedbythisdramabecauseofthisdeeploveinRomeoandJulietThisdramaisagreatmasterpieceintheworldSoRomeoandJulietisofpermanentartvalueintheliteratureWiththisfurtherinvestigationofthisdrama,wecangainmoredirectviewsonloveinthefeudalismAndwecanhaveagoodunderstandingonlovenowadaysButitdoesnotmeanthattheviewsonloveinRomeoandJulietarerightWecanhaveourrespectiveviewsonlovebasedonthemoderntimesBTheRealisticSignificanceInRomeoandJuliet,theleadingroles’familiesweretherepresentativesofthefeudalpowerTheywouldfightonthestreetevenwhentheyjusthappenedtomeeteachother,letalonepermittingtheirposteritytoloveeachotherItreflectsthesocietyoffeudalismRomeoandJulietestablishesanimaginativeworld,inwhichwearelikelytoenterandsharethefortuityoftheseimaginativepeopleComparedtotheaccuratereports,thisworkscouldenjoythepeopleandcompelsthemtofollowtheimaginativeworldcreatedRomeoandJulietasacreativeofindividualscholars,inthelightofthetruestoryofmanyyoungmenandwomentotheunfortunatestoriesandlegendswritten,itcreatedthebackgroundandenvironmentwhichistypicalfeaturesofthetimesTherefore,ithasagreatrealisticsignificanceatthattimeYoungwomenandmenchangedtheirviewsofloveTheyarenolongerinfluencedbythefeudalistthoughtVIConclusionRomeoandJulietisatragedybyWilliamShakespearewrittenin,ItportraysthelifeinthefeudalsocietyIthasthesamethemeasShakespeare’sotherworks,thatis,theconflictbetweenloveandfeudalismAlthoughthemaincharacterswerefaithfultolove,thereexistedsimplytoomanyobstaclesontheirwaystotrueloveInordertoprotecttheirlove,theystoodagainsttheirrespectivefeudalfamiliesButtheyfailedanddiedforloveintheendRomeoandJulietisoneofseveralShakespeare’splaysthatarebasedontrueeventsfromhistoryMostShakespearecriticsandhistoriansagreethattheplayreflectedthegeneralanxietyofEnglandduetoworriesoversuccessionofleadershipInhisdrama,wecanknowpeoplewhohavedifferentviewsonloveIfwewanttolivehappilyandnottoregret,whenwemakedecisionsonlove,weshouldaskourheartforhelpAndwecanalsoknowthat:weshouldconsiderallthefactorsbesidesloveormaterialsThisthesisaimsatexpressingcharactersandunderstandingthedramaandtheviewsonloveWecanunderstandthedramaandthethemebyanalyzingtheviewsonloveinRomeoandJuliet,aswellasitsinfluenceonmodernideasonlov
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