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Romeo and Juliet Lovers torn by two houses forced to see each other under secrecy but how he’s changed like how Rosaline was his first love then she had devotion with herself not to love then he saw Juliet and it was love at first sight. They marry later on but more to talk about throughout this essay. This essay is about the changes Romeo endures during act one to act two. Romeo is love sick. He wants a girl named Rosaline but her devotion to the church and herself of chastity divides them to so Romeo is heartbroken then Benvolio comes to tell him that basically there are other fish in the sea and he needs to keep looking so he insists on going to the Capulet party. They go and he see’s a young woman named Juliet he had totally forgotten about Rosaline. They kiss and he goes from depressed to love again but there’s only one problem. Their from different houses. Now he goes to visit her at night (the balcony scene) so he changes that isolated attitude and goes out to get his lover Juliet. The love sickness goes away because they marry the next mourning. So Romeo has changed from being a being love sick to madly in love with another women. He also becomes a hastier because the young lovers get married the next day in secrecy. Juliet also changes from being this sweet girl who would never disobey her parents she lies to them to go to the church for confession so she can get married. Then right as they get married he runs back to tell the new to Mercutio. Then Tybalt comes to try and fight Romeo how ever he does not want to fight and Mercutio steps in and basically says I’ll fight you. It was a playful fight until Mercutio gets stabbed then he has deep anger for Tybalt. So Romeo goes to confront Tybalt he kills him and you see this dramatic change in Romeo from Happy to anger in roughly an hour then prince banishes Romeo from Verona and they can’t see each other…...

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