How does Shakespeare present strong feelings in Romeo and Juliet?

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In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet , there are quite a lot of strong feelings. After all, the play explores a diverse array of situations, from tender romance to grisly murder. The most common way that Shakespeare exhibits these strong emotions is through his vivid dialogue and verse. Take, for...

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