How does Shakespeare present Romeo's attitude toward love?

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Shakespeare presents Romeo as a character in love with love. When we first meet him, he is mooning around dejectedly over his unrequited love for Rosaline. He is not sleeping, wandering around at night, and worrying his father so much that he consults with Romeo's friend Benvolio about his son's behavior.

When Benvolio proposes that they go to the...

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