"Two ancient households both alike in dignity, from ancient grudge..."
"Two households, both alike in dignity, from ancient grudge..."
Sampson and Gregory getting in fights with the Montague's servants
This relationship between the two
families, shows that this relationship
is destructive to the town, as with
If you liked reading about the many destructive relationships in Romeo and Juliet, I'm sure you would like On the Road!
destructive relationships as well
In On the Road
Sal Paradise deals with
Dean, who Sal admires, is not a good friend nor person
This foreshadows what Dean eventually does to Sal. None of the things Sal lists is good for a "friend" to do.
"Dean’s eventual rejection of me as a buddy, putting me down, as he would later, on starving sidewalks and sickbeds"
"Tybalt: This, by his voice, should be a Montague."
This quote shows that with many of Tybalt's relationships, they are usually all bad, like his with Romeo, at the party, and when Romeo kills him.
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Tybalt: Thou, wretched boy, that didst consort him here, Shalt with him hence. Romeo: This shall determine that.
They fight, Tybalt falls.
Act III Scene i
This shows that due to Tybalt killing Mercutio, and his rudeness towards Romeo, who just lost his best friend, Tybalt sort of got what was coming to him, which is he was killed by Romeo while he was in the heat of the moment.
" "You see what a b*stard he is?" said Marylou. "Dean will leave you out in the cold any time it’s in his interest." "I know," I said"
The quote shows that Dean is only out for himself, which ruins many friendships or relationships.
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