The Tempest

How was the play of Romeo and Juliet memorable

Romeo and Juliet

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Just a heads up that this question should be under "Romeo and Juliet" and not "The Tempest". R&J is memorable to me because it speaks of young impulsive love without any sort of thought. In some ways it reminds everybody of their own youth when love was exciting and new, almost intoxicating. As we get older we can shake our heads at young folly but we long to feel a little of that innocence and recklessness again. Mercutio and Tybalt are also pretty cool! You can stick this play in so many different contexts as has been done.