Violence (Romeo And Juliet)

two households both alike in dignity no reason for the quarrel except dignity/honour PROLOGUE
civil blood makes civil hands unclean repetition ironically emphasises the uncivilized nature of the feud PROLOGUE
dog, beasts metaphor: dehumanizing effect of violence (PRINCE AND SERVANTS)
you know not what you do negative, shows no reason for the feud BENVOLIO
(Peace) I hate the word, as I hate hell ironic juxtaposition (alliteration) hell/hate – irreligious nature TYBALT
coward acho attitude – fighting makes you a man TYBALT
these violent delights have violent ends the love between romeo and juliet will always turn violent because of the feuds

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