At the end of Skakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, what has the older generation  learned about themselves and their relationship with the younger characters? If you don't feel that they have learned...

At the end of Skakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, what has the older generation  learned about themselves and their relationship with the younger characters?

If you don't feel that they have learned anything about the relationship that existed between them and the younger characters, please state why :) ! Thanks so much !

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By the end of the play, the older folks have learned that their actions affect their young ones.  Both the Capulets and the Montagues lose a child.  It is enough to cause them to realize that they were wrong, and to end the feud.

Capulet makes the first overture.  He makes a gesture of friendship to Montague.

O brother Montague, give me thy hand.

This is my daughter's jointure, for no more

Can I demand. (Act 5, Scene 3, p. 115)

This is a pretty...

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