Romeo and Juliet

Human actions in Romeo & Juliet?

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This is a pretty vague question. I'm sorry; I don't understand the rest (Russian, German?) Human actions can mean many things. I'll take a guess though. R &J do the things they do out of young impulsiveness. Both are still kids and "love" is mixed with obsession, illusion and rebellion. Characters on both sides (Tybalt, Mercutio) continue a family feud. They act out of, what would be now, a gang instinct. Again this is an example of reckless youth. The friar wants to be a peace maker but is pretty inept. I sure hope you understand this. I also hope this helps a little.

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