Romeo and Juliet

Of what are we reminded by friar Lawrence's line "these violent delights have violent ends"?

act two scene six

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The Friar is warning them that people can be consumed by love, that it can end in violence as well as delight. This foreshadows the dire situation the young lovers will find themselves in, and the horrific and senseless end to their love affair.


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