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Romeo: A True Romantic Hero

Personality is one of the main factors that cause one to be the individual that they are. Romantic heroes have a certain individuality that gives them that title. In Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, a boy named Romeo Montague has certain characteristics that give him the ability to be named as a true romantic hero. His loneliness and desire for love, his sensitivity towards love, and his impulsiveness to do anything for Juliet are the traits that give reason to why Romeo is a romantic hero.

In the beginning of the book, Romeo displays that he is lonely. At first, his mind is set only on a girl named Rosaline. When he realizes that he will never win her heart, he becomes even more saddened, so his cousin suggests to him that they go to a party where he may find someone else. Benvolio asks him, "What sadness lengthens Romeo's hours?aE...

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