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Romeo y Julieta

Romeo y Julieta


William Shakespeare

El príncipe de Verona

El Príncipe de Verona hace todo lo posible para mantener la paz, pero no puede contener la violencia entre los Montesco y los Capuleto. Si el Príncipe no puede hacer nada para detener la riña, significa que la ley (que es lo que representa el Príncipe) no tiene poder sobre las pasiones de amor y odio.